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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—01—23 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 6th, 1993 
Filed: January 7th, 1993 

ZONING AREAS— GEOGRAPHIC TOWNSHIP OF JACQUES 
IN THE TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF THUNDER BAY 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or structure, means 
a use, building or structure that is normally incidental or subordinate 
to the principal use, building or structure on the sale lot; 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms occupied or 
capable of being occupied as an independent and separate housekeep- 
ing establishment in which separate kitchen and sanitary facilities are 
provided for the exclusive use of the occupants; 

"seasonal dwelling" means a building containing only one dwelling unit 
used for recreation and not occupied as a permanent residence; 

"single dwelling" means a building containing only one dwelling unit 
occupied or capable of being occupied as a permanent residence and 
includes a mobile home. O. Reg. 1/93, s. 1. 

2. This Order applies to the lands in the geographic Township of 
Jacques in the territorial district of Thunder Bay described as follows: 

1 . That parcel of land being composed of part of the South Part of 
Broken Lot 2. Concession IV more specifically described as 
lots I to 10, inclusive, on Plan 55M-549 registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of ThunderBay 
(No. 55). 

2. Parcel No. 10083 T.B.F. in the same Land Titles Divi- 
sion. O. Reg. 1/93, s. 2. 

3. Every use of land and every erection, location or use of buildings 
or structures is prohibited on the land described in paragraph I of section 
2 except one seasonal dwelling for each lot and uses, buildings and 
structures accessory to a seasonal dwelling. O. Reg. 1/93, s. 3. 

4. Every use of land and every erection, location or use of buildings 
or structures is prohibited on the land described in paragraph 2 of section 
2 except one seasonal dwelling and uses, buildings and structures 
accessory to a seasonal dwelling. O. Reg. 1/93, s. 4. 

5. — (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the reconstruction of any 
building or structure that is damaged or destroyed by causes beyond the 
control of the owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening or restoration to 
asafeconditionofallorpartofanybuildingorstructure. O. Reg. 1/93, 

s.5. 

Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of January, 1993. 



4/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/93 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: January 4th, 1993 
Filed: January 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 427 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Seed-Com — Marketing) 

1. The definition of "dealer" In section 1 of Regulation 427 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"dealer" means a person who contracts with a producer for the 
production of seed-com; 

2. Sections 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Negotiating Agencies 

10. A negotiating agency established under section 1 1 or 12 has the 
power to settle by agreement, 

(a) minimum prices for seed-com or for any class, variety or grade 
of seed-com; 

(b) terms, conditions and forms of agreements relating to the 
producing or marketing of seed-com; 

(c) any charges, costs or expenses relating to the production of 
seed-com. O. Reg. 2/93, s. 2, part. 

11. — (1) There shall be a negotiating agency to be known as the 
Negotiating Committee for Seed-Com composed of members of the 
local board and representatives of the Ontario Seed-Com Companies 
Association. 

(2) The Negotiating Committee shall meet on or before the first 
Friday in December in each year. 

(3) Matters that the Negotiating Committee settles by agreement form 
part of all agreements between a producer and a dealer. O. Reg. 2/93, 
s. 2, part. 

12. — (1) There shall be as many other negotiating agencies as are 
necessary established under this section. 

(2) For the purpose of establishing an agency, each dealer shallj on or 
before the first Friday in December in each year, file with the local board 
an election stating the dealer's name and address, whether the dealer 
wants to negotiate with the local board and, if so, whether alone or 
together with another dealer. 

(3) If a dealer states in the election that the dealer wants to negotiate 
together with another dealer, the written consent of the other dealer shall 
be filed as part of the election before an agency is established. O. Reg. 
2m, s. 2, part. 

13. — ( I ) The local board and the dealers involved shall each appoint 
a maximum of four members to a negotiating agency. 

(2) The local board and the dealers involved shall notify each other 



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and the Commission in writing of the name and address of their 
appointees no later than the 10th day of December in each year. 

(3) An appointee's term of office lasts until the 7th day of April in the 
year following the year of the appointment. 

(4) If a member of an agency dies, resigns or is unable or unwilling 
to act, the local board or the dealers, as the case may be, shall appoint a 
replacement. O. Reg. 2/93, s. 2, part. 

14. — ( 1 ) The Negotiating Committee for Seed-Com shall establish by 
lottery draw the sequence in which the first meeting of each negotiating 
agency shall be held. 

(2) An agency shall hold its first meeting no later than the first 
business day in January in each year and shall not conduct any negoti- 
ations after 6 p.m. on the 31st day of January. 

(3) The local board or the dealers may convene a meeting of the 
agency at any time on seven to ten days written notice to the other party 
or by mutual consent on less than seven days notice, but the convening 
of a first meeting shall respect the sequence for the holding of first 
meetings. 

(4) An agency shall meet at least twice unless agreement is reached 
at the first meeting. 

(5) An agreement is not binding until all members of an agency have 
to it in writing. O. Reg. 2/93, s. 2, part. 

Arbitration 



(5) If the member dies, resigns or is unable or unwilling to act before 
he or she has made an award, the agency or the Commission, as the case 
may be, shall appoint a new member and the new member shall continue 
and complete the arbitration. 

(6) Only representatives of the parties may attend the arbitration 
hearing. 

(7) The arbitration board shall make its award within forty-eight hours 
of the conclusion of the hearing by selecting without modification one 
of the final positions on each matter submitted by the parties. 

(8) The arbitration board shall provide written reasons for the 
selection within five working days of the conclusion of the hearing, and 
in any case by the 2 1 st day of February. O. Reg. 2/93, s. 2, part. 

16. If a dealer does not negotiate with the local board, the board shall 
determine which of the negotiated agreements or awards shall apply to 
the dealer. O. Reg. 2/93, s. 2, part. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 

Russell Duckworth 

Chair 

Gloria Marco Borys 

Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of January, 1993. 

4/93 



15. — (1) If a negotiating agency does not arrive at an agreement by 
6 p.m. on the 31st day of January on all matters that it may settle by 
agreement or decides before that date that an agreement cannot be 
reached, it shall submit in writing to the Commission, 

(a) a signed agreement concerning any matters agreed to; 

(b) a statement of the final position of each of the parties on each 
matter in dispute. 

(2) The Commission shall refer the matters in dispute to an arbitration 
board. 

(3) The arbitration board shall becomposed of one member appointed 
by the members of the agency. 

(4) If the agency has not appointed the member within forty-eight 
hours after 6 p.m. on the 31st day of January, the Commission shall 
appoint the member. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 3/93 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: December 9th, 1992 
Filed: January 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 428 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Seed-Com — Plan) 

1. The definition of "dealer" in section 2 of the Schedule to 
Regulation 428 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

"dealer" means a person who contracts with a producer for the 
production of seed-corn, 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

199J— 01— 30 



ONTARIO REGULATION 4/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: December 16th, 1992 
Filed: January Uth, 1993 

HOURS OF WORK 

Interpretation 

1. — (1) In this Regulation, 

"commercial motor vehicle" means a commercial motor vehicle as 
defined in subsection 1 6 ( 1 ) of the Act, whether or not in combination 
with a trailer; 

"day" means a twenty-four hour period beginning at a time designated 
by an operator; 

"driver" means a person who drives a commercial motor vehicle on a 
highway and "drive" has a corresponding meaning; 

"inspector" means an officer appointed for the purpose of carrying out 
the provisions of the Act or the regulations; 

"on duty" means time during which a driver performs activities for an 
operator at the operator's request, as an employee of the operator or 
as a result of a contractual relationship with the operator, except for 
time during which the operator relieves the driver from responsibility; 

"operator' ' means an operator as defi ned in subsection 1 6 ( I ) of the Act; 

"sleeper berth" means suitable accommodation in a commercial motor 
vehicle that is constructed and maintained for sleeping. 

(2) For the purpose of section 190 of the Act, "commercial motor 
vehicle" and "operator" have the meanings set out in subsection (1). 

(3) A driver's duty status is the time the drive is, 

(a) off duty; 

(b) off duty in a sleeper berth; 

(c) on duty, driving; 

(d) on duty, not driving. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 1 . 

NON-APPLICATION 

2. — (1) This Regulation does not apply to a driver of one of the 
following vehicles: 

1. A two or three axle commercial motor vehicle being used to 
transport primary farm, forest, sea or lake products produced by 
the driver or the operator. 

2. A commercial motor vehicle that is responding to or returning 
from an emergency. 

3. A bus operated by or on behalf of a municipality as part of a 
passenger bus service in the municipality and no further than 
twenty-five kilometres beyond the municipality's boundaries. 

4. A vehicle designed as mobile accommodation, whether self- 
propelled or not, used for personal or recreational purposes. 



(2) In paragraph 2 of subsection (1), emergency means a situation 
which endangers the safety or security of any person. O. Reg. 4/93, 
s. 2. 

Driving 

3. — ( I ) A driver shall be in compliance at all times with at least one 
of the requirements in subsections (2) to (4). 

(2) In any period of seven consecutive days, a driver shall not drive 
after having been on duty for sixty hours during the period. 

(3) In any period of eight consecutive days, a driver shall not drive 
after having been on duty for seventy hours during the period. 

(4) In any period of fourteen consecutive days, 

(a) a driver shall not drive after having been on duty for 1 20 hours 
during the period; and 

(b) a driver shall not drive unless the driver has been off duty for at 
least twenty-four consecutive hours before the driver totals 
seventy-five hours on duty during the period. O. Reg. 4/93, 
s. 3. 

4. — ( 1 ) After having been off duty for at least eight consecutive 
hours, a driver shall not accumulate more than thirteen hours driving 
time. 

(2) As soon as a driver has accumulated thirteen hours driving time, 
he or she shall go off duty for at least eight consecutive hours before 
driving again. 

(3) As soon as a driver has accumulated fifteen hours on duty time, 
he or she shall go off duty for at least eight consecutive hours before 
driving again. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 4. 

Off Duty Exceptions 

5. — ( 1 ) A driver may shorten the off duty period under section 4 by 
up to four hours, but may do so only once every seven days. 

(2) A driver who shortens the off duty period under section 4 shall, on 
his or her next off duty period, stay off duty for eight consecutive hours 
plus the amount of time by which the off duty period was shortened. 
O. Reg. 4/93, s. 5. 

6. A driver may divide the off duty period under subsections 4(1) 
and (2) into two rest periods if all of the following conditions are met: 

1 . The two rest periods total at least eight hours. 

2. Each rest period is spent in a sleeper berth. 

3. Each rest period is at least two hours long. 

4. The time driven before and after a rest period does not total 
more than thirteen hours. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 6. 

Driving Extensions 

7. The driving times established under sections 3 and 4 may be 
exceeded by up to two hours if, 

(a) the driver encounters adverse weather, road or driving condi- 



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tions during a trip that neither the driver nor the dispatcher 
knew about and that they could not have reasonably foreseen at 
the beginning of the trip; and 

(b) the driver could have completed the trip under normal condi- 
tions within the times established. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 7. 

Drivers' Logs 

8. — ( 1 ) Subject to section 12, a driver shall make a daily log. 

(2) A daily log may be handwritten in duplicate or may be made by 
means of an automatic on-board recording device. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 8. 

9. — (1) A handwritten log shall contain the following information: 

1 . The driver's name. 

2. The co-driver' s name, if there is a co-driver. 

3. The starting time of the day being recorded, if the day does not 
start at midnight. 

4. The time that the driver spends in each duty status during the 
day. 

5. The total time spent in each duty status during the day. 

6. The city, town, village or highway location and the province or 
state where the driver's duty status changes. 

7. The odometer reading recorded by the driver for each commer- 
cial motor vehicle he or she drives at the start of each driving 
period of the day. 

8. The total distance driven by the driver. 

9. The number plate or unit number of each commercial motor 
vehicle driven and each trailer drawn by the driver. 

10. The name of the operator or operators for whom the driver 
drives during the day and their main office addresses. 

1 1 . The date and the driver's signature. 

(2) A driver shall include in the handwritten daily log a graph grid in 
Form 1 and shall complete the graph grid as follows: 

1. A continuous line shall be drawn between the appropriate time 
markers for each day on the graph grid, recording the periods 
of time the driver is, 

i. off duty, 

ii. off duty in a sleeper berth, 

iii. on duty, not driving, and 

iv. driving. 

2. The total time for each duty status shall be entered on the right- 
hand side of the graph grid. 

3. The sum for the total times for each duty status shall be twenty- 
four hours. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 9. 

10. — (I) An automatic on-board recording device may be used to 
make a daily log if the device, 

(a) automatically records and indicates the number of times it is 
disconnected; 

(b) automatically records time and movement for the vehicle; and 

(c) records and displays the following information: 

I . The number of hours the driver drives. 



2. The number of on duty hours during which the driver 
does not drive. 

3. The number of on duty hours in a seven, eight or 
fourteen consecutive day period or the number of on 
duty hours remaining in any of those periods. 

4. The changes in the driver's duty status and the times of 
those changes. 

(2) A driver shall sign all hard copies of the daily log produced by the 
device and shall certify that they are correct. 

(3) If requested by an inspector, a driver shall make handwritten daily 
logs from the information recorded by an automatic on-board recording 
device for each day of the current seven, eight or fourteen consecutive 
day period and shall have in his or her possession blank log forms for 
that purpose. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 10. 

11. — (1) No driver shall drive a commercial motor vehicle without 
having the following in his or her possession: 

1 . A daily log up to date to the driver' s last change of duty status. 

2. Copies of the driver's logs for the preceding seven or thirteen 
consecutive day period. 

3. Issued fuel, accommodation, bridge and road toll receipts. 

(2) On an inspector's request, a driver shall surrender the documents 
referred to in subsection (1) for inspection. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 1 1. 

12. — (1) A driver is not required to make a log on a day on which, 

(a) the driver is instructed to drive within a 1 60 kilometre radius of 
the place where he or she reports to work; 

(b) the driver returns to the place where he or she reports to work 
within fifteen hours of leaving it and immediately goes off duty; 
and 

(c) the driver's operator keeps records of the times the driver goes 
on and off duty and of the total time the driver is on duty. 

(2) The fact that a driver is not required to make a log under subsec- 
tion (I) does not relieve the driver of any other requirement under this 
Regulation. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 1 2. 

13. A driver who is ordinarily exempted by section 2 or 12 from 
making a daily log shall, when driving a commercial motor vehicle in a 
circumstance that requires him or her to make a daily log, make a log for 
the day and enter in it the total period of time that the driver was on duty 
in the preceding seven or thirteen consecutive days. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 1 3. 

14. A driver shall forward to each operator for whom he or she 
works on a day a copy of his or her log, along with all issued fuel, 
accommodation, bridge and road toll receipts, within twenty days of 
making the log. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 14. 

Duties of Operators 

15. — (I) An operator shall keep all books, documents and records 
relating to the business at the operator's principal place of business for 
at least six months. 

(2) An operator who receives documents and records such as daily 
logs, issued fuel, accommodation, bridge and road toll receipts, invoices 
and shipping documents from a driver at the place where the driver 
normally reports for work may keep them there for a maximum of thirty 
days before transferring them to the operator's principal place of 
business. 

(3) On an inspector's request, an operator shall surrender for 
inspection the books, documents and records that the operator is required 
to keep. 



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(4) For the purposes of this section, a record is any information 
recorded or stored by any means and an operator's principal place of 
business is the current address provided by the operator for a CVOR 
certificate that is on file with the Ministry. O. Reg. 4/93, s. 15. 

16. Regulation 600 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 5/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: December 18th, 1992 
Filed: January 13th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 409/82 

(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, Geographic 

townships of Cobden, Striker, Scarfe and Mack) 

1. The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 409/82, as amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 462/87, section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 390/90, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 672/91 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 13/92, is further amended by adding 
the following section: 

8. — (1) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (3) is, for 
the purposes of this Order, land in a Seasonal Residential Zone. 

(2) On the lands described in subsections (3) and (4), no habitable 
buildings or structures shall be constructed below the floodline elevation 
of 180.8 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum. 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Cobden in the Territorial District of Algoma 
being part of Lot 3 and part of broken Lot 4, Concession III, designated 
as lots 1 to 26, inclusive, on Plan 1 M-5 12 registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1 ). 

(4) Subsection (2) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Cobden in the Territorial Disfrict of Algoma being part of 
Lot 3 and part of broken Lot 4, Concession III, designated as blocks 27 
and 28 on Plan I M-5 12 registered in the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1). 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 1 8th day of December, 1992. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 6/93 

made under the 
RENT CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 14th, 1993 

Amending O.Reg. 415/92 
(Forms) 

Note: A French version of O. Reg. 415/92 was added by O. Reg. 
572/92. 

1 . The French version of Part I of Form 6 of Ontario Regulation 
415/92 is amended by strilting out "locataire" wherever it appears 
and substituting in each case "locateur". 

2. The French version of Part 1 of Form 7 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "locataire" wherever it appears and 
substituting in each case "locateur". 

5/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 7/93 

made under the 

RENT CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 14th, 1993 

AmendingO. Reg. 414/92 
(Maintenance Standards) 

1. Ontario Regulation 414/92, exclusive of the Schedule, is 
amended by adding the following French version: 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 6/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LE CONTRÔLE DES LOYERS 

pris le 14 janvier 1993 
déposé le 14 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 415/92 
(Formules) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement de l'Ontario 415/92 
a été ajoutée par le Règlement de l'Ontario 572/92. 

1 La version française de la partie 1 de la formule 6 du Règle- 
ment de l'Ontario 415/92 est modifiée par substitution, à «locataire» 
partout où il figure, de «locateur». 

2 La version française de la partie I de la formule 7 du Règle- 
ment est modifiée par substitution, à «locataire» partout où il figure, 
de «locateur». 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 7/93 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LE CONTRÔLE DES LOYERS 

pris le 14 janvier 1993 
déposé le 14 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 414/92 
(Normes d'entretien) 

1 Le Règlement de l'Ontario 414/92, à l'exclusion de l'annexe, 
est modifié par adjonction de la version française suivante : 



NORMES D'ENTRETIEN 

PARTIE I 
DÉFINITIONS ET CHAMP D'APPLICATION 

1 Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent règlement. 

«Code de prévention des incendies» Le code de prévention des incendies 
pris en application de la Loi sur les commissaires des incendies. («Pire 
Code») 

«Code du bâtiment» Le code du bâtiment pris en application de la Loi 
sur le code du bâtiment. («Building Code») 

«garde-corps» Parapet, ajouré ou non, servant à prévenir les chutes 
accidentelles, («guard») 

«local habitable» Pièce ou lieu où l'on vit, dort, fait la cuisine ou mange, 
ou qui est destiné à Tune ou l'autre de ces fins, et qui comprend une 
salle de bains, («habitable space») 

«salle de bains» Lieu comprenant une toilette, un urinoir, une baignoire, 
une douche ou un lavabo, («washroom») ^ 

«sous-sol» S'entend de toutes les pièces dont plus de la moitié de la 
hauteur se trouve au-dessous du niveau moyen du sol fini adjacent, 
(«basement») 

«système d'égouts» Réseau municipal d'égouts séparatifs ou système 
privé d'évacuation des eaux d'égout. S'entend en outre d'un système 
d'égouts au sens de la partie VIII de la Loi sur la protection de l'en- 
vironnement et d'une station d'épuration des eaux d'égout au sens de 
la Loi sur les ressources en eau de l'Ontario, («sewage system») 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

2 (1) Le présent règlement prescrit les normes d'entretien pour 
l'application du paragraphe 36 (I) de la Loi. 



(2) Le locateur veille à ce que les normes d'entretien prévues par le 
présent règlement soient respectées. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en 
partie. 

3 Le présent règlement s'applique aux logements locatifs et aux 
ensembles d'habitation situés dans les zones énumérées à l'annexe. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en partie. 

4 (1) Les éléments, systèmes, réseaux, installations ou choses qui 
existaient le 14 janvier 1989 et qui ne satisfont pas à une norme 
d'entretien du présent règlement mais qui remplissent la fonction à 
laquelle ils sont destinés sans nuire à la santé ou à la sécurité des 
locataires sont réputés satisfaire à la norme d'entretien. 

(2) Le paragraphe ( 1 ) s'applique également dans le cas du remplace- 
ment d'un élément, d'un système, d'un réseau, d'une installation ou 
d'une chose visés au paragraphe (1). Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. l, en 
partie. 

PARTIE II 
ÉLÉMENTS DE CHARPENTE 

5 Les éléments de charpente d 'un ensemble d ' habitation doivent être 
maintenus en bon état de façon à pouvoir supporter en toute sécurité leur 
poids, ainsi que toute charge à laquelle ils peuvent être ordinairement 
assujettisou toute force qui peut ordinairement s'exercersureux. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

6 (1) Les murs de fondation, le plancher d'un sous-sol, d'une cave 
ou d'un vide sanitaire, la dalle sur le sol, les murs extérieurs et le toit 
doivent être solidement charpentés, résistants aux intempéries et 
étanchéifiés à l'humidité et doivent être entretenus de façon à résister 
raisonnablement à la détérioration, notamment la détérioration causée 
par les conditions météorologiques, les champignons, la pourriture sèche, 
les rongeurs, la vermine ou les insectes. 

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d'habitation et de tout lieu situé au-dessous du niveau moyen du sol 
extérieur de façon à empêcher la formation excessive de flaques d'eau, 
l'érosion ou l'infiltration d'eau dans un bâtiment ou une construction. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, e« partie. 

7 Le toit doit être étanche à l'eau et celui-ci, ainsi que les solins de 
corniche, la bordure de toit, le sous-face, le couronnement, les gouttières, 
les descentes pluviales, les orifices de ventilation ou les autre pièces de 
la charpente du toit : 

a) d'une part, doivent être entretenus de façon à remplir la 
fonction à laquelle ils sont destinés; 

b) d'autre part, ne doivent pas être obstrués, ni présenter de 
danger, ni être recouverts d'accumulations dangereuses de 
neige ou de glace. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

8 Les murs de soutènement, les garde-corps et les clôtures situés 
dans les aires communes extérieures doivent être maintenus en bon état 
du point de vue de la construction et ne doivent pas présenter de danger. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

PARTIE III 
SERVICES PUBLICS ET AUTRES 

Plomberie 

9 (1) Les installations de plomberie et les systèmes d'évacuation, 
ainsi que les accessoires qui s'y rattachent, d'un ensemble d'habitation 
doivent être entretenus de façon à n'avoir ni fuite, ni défaut et de façon 
à être dégagés et bien protégés contre le gel. . 

(2) L'ensemble d 'habitation doit être pourvu d'un système d'évacua- 
tion des eaux d'égout. 

(3) Le système d'évacuation des eaux d'égout doit être maintenu en 
bon état. 

(4) Si un certificat d'autorisation est exigé aux termes de la Loi sur la 
protection de V environnement à l'égard du système d'évacuation des 
eaux d'égout, il doit être obtenu. 

(5) Si une approbation est exigée aux termes de la Loi sur les res- 
sources en eau de l'Ontario à l'égard du système d'évacuation des eaux 
d'égout, elle doit être obtenue. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. l,en partie. 

10 (I) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) et (3), chaque logement 
locatif doit comprendre les appareils sanitaires suivants : 

1. Une toilette. 

2. Un évier. 

3. Un lavabo. 

4. Une baignoire ou une douche. 

(2) Le paragraphe ( 1 ) ne s'applique pas aux logements locatifs où l 'on 
partage un des appareils sanitaires visés à la disposition 1 , 2 ou 4 du 
paragraphe ( 1 ) à condition que les occupants de deux logements locatifs 
au plus partagent l'appareil et qu'il soit possible d'y accéder à partir de 
chaque logement sans être obligé de traverser le logement locatif 
d'autrui, d'emprunter un couloir non chauffé ou de sortir du bâtiment qui 
abrite les logements locatifs. 

(3) Le paragraphe (!) ne s'applique pas aux pensions ni aux meublés 
tant qu'ils comportent au moins une toilette, un lavabo et une baignoire 
ou une douche pour cinq logements locatifs et que tous les locataires ont 
accès à un évier. 

(4) Les appareils sanitaires exigés par le présent article doivent être 
entretenus et suffisamment alimentés en eau potable dont l'écoulement 
et la pression sont suffisants pour l'usage auquel ces appareils sont 
destinés. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 



11 (1) Les éviers, lavabos, baignoires et douches doivent être 
alimentés en eau chaude au moyen d'un équipement fonctionnant sans 
danger. 

(2) La température ordinaire de l 'eau chaude doit être d'au moins 43° 
Celsius. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

12 (1) Les salles de bains doivent être enfermées et comprendre : 

a) un plancher hydrofuge; 

b) une porte qui peut être fermée de l'intérieur et ouverte de 
l'extérieur en cas d'urgence. 

(2) L'enceinte de la baignoire ou de la douche doit être hydrofuge. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

13 Ni la toilette ni l'urinoir ne doivent être situés dans une pièce où 
l'on dort, fait la cuisine, mange ou conserve de la nourriture, ou qui est 
destinée à l'une ou l'autre de ces fins. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. \,en 
partie. 

14 (1) Les réservoirs de retenue des eaux d'égout des parcs de 
maisons mobiles doivent être vidés chaque fois que c'est nécessaire. 

(2) Il faut prévoir, dans un parc de maisons mobiles, les branchements 
d'égout et les autres pièces du système d'égouts, qui doivent être 
installés ou raccordés de façon permanente afin d'éviter tout rejet des 
eaux d'égout. 

(3) Si un certificat d'autorisation est exigé aux termes de la Loi sur la 
protection de l' environnement à l'égard du système d'égouts d'un parc 
de maisons mobiles, il doit être obtenu. 

(4) Si une approbation est exigée aux termes de la Loi sur les res- 
sources en eau de l'Ontario à l'égard du système d'égouts d'un parc de 
maisons mobiles, elle doit être obtenue. Règl. de l 'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en 
partie. 

ÉLECTRICITÉ 

15 (1) Il faut prévoir une source d'alimentation en électricité dans 
tous les locaux habitables d'un ensemble d'habitation. 

(2) Les fils et les prises de courant nécessaires à l'alimentation en 
électricité doivent être entretenus et être conformes au Code de sécurité 
relatif aux installations électriques prévu par la Loi sur la Société de 
l'électricité. 

(3) Les cuisines doivent être équipées de prises de courant qui 
conviennent aux réfrigérateurs et aux cuisinières. 

(4) Si un logement locatif comporte un compteurd'électricité aux fins 
de la facturation des locataires de ce logement, le compteur doit être bien 
entretenu et accessible aux locataires. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en 
partie. 

16 La source d'électricité et les connexions électriques des maisons 
mobiles que fournit le locateur d'un parc de maisons mobiles doivent 
être maintenues en bon état et être convenablement mises à la terre. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

Chauffage 

17 (1) La chaleur doit être fournie et distribuée de façon à maintenir 
la température ambiante à au moins 20" Celsius, à 1 ,5 mètre au-dessus 
du niveau du plancher et à un mètre des murs extérieurs, dans tout local 
habitable et tout lieu à l'usage des locataires, y compris les salles de jeux 
et les buanderies, à l'exclusion des vestiaires et des garages. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas au logement locatif dont la 
température peut être réglée par le locataire, tant que peut y être 
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(3) Chaque ensemble d'habitation doit être équipé d'appareils de 
chauffage qui peuvent maintenir la température au niveau exigé par le 
paragraphe (1). 

(4) Les logements locatifs ne doivent pas avoir comme principale 
source de chaleur un appareil de chauffage portatif. 

(5) Il ne faut prévoir, dans la pièce où l'on dort ou qui est destinée à 
cette fin, que des appareils de chauffage dont l'emploi est approuvé par 
un organisme reconnu de contrôle des normes. Règl. de l 'Ont. 7/93 , art. 
1 , en partie. 

18 Les installations de chauffage, y compris les poêles, les appareils 
de chauffage, les foyers utilisables, les cheminées, les ventilateurs, les 
pompes, le matériel de filtration et autre qui sont prévus pour assurer le 
chauffage, doivent être entretenus. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en 
partie. 

19 (1) Le local qui abrite un appareil de chauffage à combustible 
doit avoir une source naturelle ou mécanique d'alimentation en air de 
combustion. 

(2) Si les appareils de chauffage fonctionnent au combustible solide 
ou liquide, il faut prévoir un lieu sûr, avec ou sans contenant, pour l'y 
entreposer et il faut le conserver dans des conditions sécuritaires. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 7/93, art. I, en partie. 

ÉCLAIRAGE ET VENTILATION 

20 (1) Tout local habitable ainsi que les aires communes extérieures 
et intérieures doivent être pourvus d'un éclairage artificiel conforme aux 
normes fixées par le Code du bâtiment. 

(2) L'éclairage artificiel des aires communes doit être entretenu de 
façon qu'elles puissent être utilisées ou traversées sans risque. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

21 Tout local habitable doit disposer d'une source naturelle ou 
mécanique de ventilation conformément au Codedu bâtiment. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 7/93, art. I, en partie. 

22 (1) Les chambres à coucher, les salles de séjour et les salles à 
manger doivent être munies d'une fenêtre donnant sur l'extérieur. La 
fenêtre peut faire partie d'une porte. 

(2) Il n'est pas nécessaire d'avoir une fenêtre dans la salle à manger 
si l'éclairage électrique s'y trouve. 

(3) Il n'est pas nécessaire d'avoir une fenêtre dans la salle de séjour 
ou la salle à manger s'il existe déjà une ouverture dans la cloison mi- 
toyenne, que la pièce attenante a une fenêtre donnant sur l'extérieur et 
que la surface vitrée totale de la pièce représente au moins 5 pour cent 
des aires de plancher combinées. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. \,enpartie. 

23 (1) Le présent article s'applique à la fenêtre d'un logement 
locatif si celle-ci se trouve au-dessus de l'étage : 

a) d'une part, dont le plancher est le plus proche du niveau moyen 
du sol; 

b) d'autre part, dont le plafond est à plus de 1,8 mètre du niveau 
moyen du sol. ^ 

(2) À la demande du locataire, toutes les fenêtres visées au paragraphe 
( 1 ) doivent être munies d'un dispositif de sécurité empêchant les fenêtres 
de s'ouvrir de façon à laisser entrer une sphère de plus de 100 milli- 
mètres de diamètre. 

(3) Les fenêtres visées au paragraphe ( I) ne doivent pas être équipées 
d'un dispositif de sécurité empêchant le locataire d'âge adulte de les 
ouvriràlamainencasd'urgence. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. \,enpartie. 

24 (I) Les ouvertures pratiquées dans la surface extérieure d'un 
bâtiment pour les portes, les fenêtres ou les lantemeaux doivent être 
munies de portes, de fenêtres ou de lantemeaux qui peuvent remplir la 
fonction à laquelle ils sont destinés. 



(2) Les portes, les fenêtres et les lantemeaux doivent être entretenus : 

a) de façon qu'ils demeurent à l'épreuve des intempéries; 

b) de façon que toute pièce endommagée ou manquante soit 
réparée ou remplacée. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

25 Les cheminées, les conduits de fumée et les conduits d'évacua- 
tion doivent toujours être dégagés et doivent être entretenus de façon à 
empêcher tout échappement de fumée ou de gaz dans un bâtiment qui 
abrite des logements locatifs. Règl. de l 'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en partie. 

PARTIE IV 
SÉCURITÉ 

26 (I) Chaque bâtiment qui abrite un logement locatif et chaque 
logement locatif qui s'y trouve doivent comporter un passage sûr, 
continu et dégagé, accessible de partout à l'intérieur et donnant sur un 
espace ouvert et sans danger à l'extérieur, à hauteur de rue ou au niveau 
moyen du sol. 

(2) Un deuxième moyen d'évacuation doit être prévu si le Code du 
bâtiment l'exige. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en partie. 

27 (1) Chaque logement locatif doit être muni d'un détecteur de 
fumée en état de fonctionner. 

(2) Chaque ensemble d'habitation doit être muni, si le Code du 
bâtiment ou le Code de prévention des incendies l'exige, de détecteurs 
de fumée en état de fonctionner, installés aux endroits précisés dans le 
code applicable. 

(3) Les détecteurs de fumée doivent être raccordés de façon per- 
manente à un circuit électrique sans sectionneur ou fonctionner à piles. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

28 Les revêtements et finitions, les matériaux, les locaux de 
rangement et les séparations entre les logements locatifs doivent être 
conformes au Code du bâtiment et au Code de prévention des incendies 
et être bien entretenus. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

29 Si le Code du bâtiment exige des garde-corps pour une aire 
nouvellement construite ou rénovée, des garde-corps doivent être fournis 
et entretenus même si les travaux de construction ou de rénovation n 'ont 
pas commencé. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

30 (1) Il faut prévoir l'installation de garde-corps le long des côtés 
ouverts des escaliers, des rampes, des balcons, des mezzanines, des 
paliers ou autres endroits où la chute verticale du côté ouvert dépasse 60 
centimètres, et en assurer l'entretien. 

(2) Les garde-corps prévus au paragraphe (I) doivent fournir une 
protection raisonnable contre les accidents à quiconque se trouve sur les 
lieux. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

31 ( 1 ) Les aires communes extérieures doivent être maintenues en 
bon état de façon à pouvoir servir à l'usage auquel elles sont destinées 
et à ne présenter aucun danger. À ces fins, il faut prendre les mesures 
suivantes : 

1 . Enlever les mauvaises herbes nuisibles et les arbres ou parties 
d'arbres morts, pourris ou endommagés qui présentent des 
dangers. 

2. Enlever les déchets ou autres débris, y compris les véhicules 
automobiles abandonnés. 

3. Enlever les constractions délabrées ou qui se sont écroulées et 
qui présentent des dangers. 

4. Enlever toute accumulation dangereuse de glace ou de neige. 

(2) Un véhicule automobile ou une remorque hors d'usage qui est 
laissé dans une aire commune extérieure pendant plus d'une durée 
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(3) Les puits et les trous se trouvant dans les aires communes ex- 
térieures doivent être comblés ou être couverts ou protégés de façon à ne 
pas présenter de risque. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

32 Les glacières, les réfrigérateurs ou les congélateurs abandonnés 
ou hors d'usage ne doivent pas être laissés dans une aire commune, sauf 
s'ils attendent d'être enlevés. Les portes de toute glacière ou de tout 
réfrigérateur ou congélateur qui attend d'être enlevé doivent être 
enlevées. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. I, en partie. 

33 (1) Les allées, les rampes, les garages de stationnement, les aires 
de stationnement, les passages pour piétons et les escaliers extérieurs ou 
paliers et les autres endroits semblables à l'un de ceux-ci doivent être 
entretenus de façon à présenter une surface sûre dans des conditions 
d'utilisation normales. 

(2) Les garages de stationnement doivent être entretenus de façon à 
empêcher l'accumulation ou l 'échappement de vapeurs toxiques dans un 
bâtiment qui abrite des logements locatifs. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , 
en partie. 

34 (1) Chaque fenêtre et chaque porte extérieure, y compris les 
portes de balcon, qui peuvent s'ouvrir et sont accessibles de l'extérieur 
d'un logement locatif ou d'un bâtiment qui abrite un logement locatif 
doivent être aménagées de façon à pouvoir se fermer de l'intérieur. 

(2) Dans un logement locatif, il faut prévoir au moins une porte 
d'entrée qui puisse être verrouillée ou fermée à clef de l'extérieur. 

(3) S'il est prévu un mécanisme d'ouverture de la porte du vestibule 
et un système de communication entre le logement locatif et le vestibule, 
ceux-ci doivent être entretenus. 

(4) Dans les aires de stationnement qui doivent être fermées, ainsi que 
dans les vestiaires et les locaux de rangement communs, il faut prévoir 
des portes munies d'un dispositif de sécurité qui limite l'entrée au 
locateur et aux locataires. 

(5) Les fentes à lettres et autres ouvertures prévues pour les livraisons 
qui donnent directement dans un logement locatif doivent être situées et 
entretenues de façon à empêcher l'accès au dispositif de fermeture de 
toute porte ou fenêtre. 

(6) Le paragraphe (5) ne s'applique ni aux fentes à lettres, ni aux 
autres ouvertures qui ont été scellées. 

(7) Les boîtes à lettres fournies par le locateur doivent être bien 
entretenues et pouvoir être fermées. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. \, en 
partie. 

PARTIE V 
DISPOSITIONS DIVERSES 

35 Les planchers, les escaliers, les vérandas, les porches, les 
terrasses, les balcons, les plates-formes de chargement et toute construc- 
tion semblable à l'une des précitées, ainsi que les parements, les garde- 
corps ou les finitions de surface, doivent être entretenus. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 7/93, art. I , en partie. 

36 Les revêtements intérieurs des murs et les plafonds doivent être 
entretenus de façon à ne comporter ni trous, ni fuites, ni matériaux se 
détériorant. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en partie. 



37 (1 
être assuré 



) L'approvisionnement en combustible du logement locatif doit 
ré de façon continue et en quantité suffisante. 



(2) La fourniture de services publics au logement locatif doit être 
assurée de façon continue. 

(3) L'approvisionnement en combustible et la fourniture de services 
publics peuvent être interrompus pendant toute période raisonnable que 
peuvent entraîner des travaux de réparation ou de remplacement. 

(4) Les paragraphes ( 1 ) et (2) ne s'appliquent pas si le bail stipule que 
le locataire est responsable de l'approvisionnement en combustible ou 



de la fourniture de services publics et que ceux-ci ont été interrompus 
pourcaused'arriérédepaiement. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. [,enpartie. 

38 Les parties de l'ensemble d'habitation destinées à l'habitation, y 
compris les aires communes, doivent être entretenues de façon à réduire 
au minimum les pertes de chaleur provoquées par les arrivées d'air. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en partie. 

39 II faut éliminer toute humidité et toute moisissure dans les 
vestiaires et les locaux de rangement. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, en 
partie. 

40 Les ascenseurs à l'usage des locataires doivent être bien 
entretenus et en état de fonctionner, sauf pendant toute période raison- 
nable que peut entraîner leur réparation ou leur remplacement. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, enpartie. 

41 II faut que soit assurée la propreté de toutes les aires communes. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, enpartie. 

42 (1) Dansunbâtimentquiabriteplusd'unlogementlocatif,unou 
plusieurs conteneurs ou compacteurs adéquats doivent être fournis pour 
les ordures. 

(2) Les ordures du conteneur ou du compacteur fourni conformément 
au paragraphe ( 1 ) doivent être stockées et préparées pour être ramassées 
ou détruites régulièrement afin de ne pas menacer la santé ni la sécurité 
de quiconque. 

(3) Les conteneurs ou compacteurs fournis conformément au para- 
graphe ( I ) doivent être maintenus dans un état de propreté et de salubrité 
satisfaisant, être accessibles aux locataires et ne pas obstruer l'entrée 
d'une voie de secours, d'une allée ou d'un passage pour piétons. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1, enpartie. 

43 (I) L'ensemble d'habitation doit en tout temps être exempt de 
rongeurs, de vermine et d'insectes, et les méthodes de destruction des 
rongeurs et des insectes doivent être conformes aux règlements 
municipaux ou lois provinciales applicables. 

(2) Les ouvertures et les orifices existant dans un bâtiment qui abrite 
des logements locatifs et susceptibles de laisser entrer les rongeurs, la 
vermine, les insectes, les oiseaux ou d 'autres parasites doivent être munis 
de grilles ou de moustiquaires ou être scellés convenablement. Règl. 
de l'Ont. 7/93, art. I, enpartie. 

44 Tout logement locatif situé dans un sous-sol doit : 

a) être ventilé conformément au Code du bâtiment; 

b) être entretenu de façon que les murs et le plancher soient à 
l'abri de l'humidité et ne laissent pas passer les fuites d'eau; 

c) être muni d'une séparation coupe-feu le séparant du générateur 
d'air chaud ou de la chaudière; 

d) disposer d'un moyen d'évacuation sûr et dégagé. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 7/93, art. 1 , en partie. 

45 Dans un parc de maisons mobiles, les normes suivantes doivent 
être respectées : 

a) les bouches d'incendie qui appartiennent au locateur doivent 
être régulièrement mises à l'essai et entretenues, et n'être 
recouvertes ni de neige, ni de glace; 

b) l'alimentation en eau et la pression de l'eau doivent être 
suffisantes pour chaque maison mobile et pour la lutte contre 
l'incendie; 

c) les routes situées à l'intérieur du parc de maisons mobiles ne 
doivent pas être défoncées; elles doivent être déneigées et 
dégagées, être entretenues de façon à prévenir la poussière et 
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d) les excavations creusées afin d'effectuer des réparations doivent 
être comblées et le terrain doit retrouver son aspect antérieur; 

e) les boîtes à lettres et les abords ne doivent pas être recouverts 
de neige, ni obstrués d'aucune autre façon; 

f) si la distance entre les maisons mobiles est de trois mètres ou 
plus le 14 janvier 1989, elle ne doit pas être réduite à moins de 
trois mètres. Règl. de l'Ont. 7/93, art. I, en partie. 



2. The heading of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 



2 L'intitulé de l'annexe du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 



Schedule 
Annexe 

AREAS WHERE MAINTENANCE STANDARDS APPLY 
ZONES D'APPLICATION DES NORMES D'ENTRETIEN 



3. The Schedule to the Regulation, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 569/92, is further amended by adding the slash 
and the words shown in Column 2 wherever the corresponding 
words shown in Column 1 appear: 



3 L'annexe du Règlement, telle qu'elle est modinée par l'article 

1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 569/92, est modifiée en outre par 
adjonction de la barre oblique et des mots indiqués dans la colonne 

2 chaque fois que figurent les mots correspondants indiqués dans la 
colonne 1 : 



Column I 
Colonne I 


Column 2 
Colonne 2 


Amalgamated Municipalities of 


/municipalités fusionnées de (d') 


Development Area Board of 


/conseil de la zone de développement de (d') 


Improvement District of 


/district en voie d'organisation de (d') 


Separated Town of 


/ville séparée de (d") 


Town of 


/ville de (d') 


Township of 


/canton de (d") 


Unorganized Territory of 


/territoire non érigé en municipalité de (d") 


Village of 


/village de (d') 



5/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 8/93 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL 

SERVICES ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 14th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 776 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Social Assistance Review Board) 

1. Regulation 776 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following French version: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 8/93 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DES SERVICES SOCIAUX 

ET COMMUNAUTAIRES 

pris le 14 janvier 1993 
déposé le 14 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. 776 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Commission de révision de l'aide sociale) 

I Le Règlement 776 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 est modiné par adjonction de la version française suivante : 



COMMISSION DE REVISION DE L'AIDE SOCIALE ^ 

1 ( I ) La Commission de révision se compose d 'au plus trente et un 
membres. 

(2) La demande d'audience devant la Commission de révision est 
rédigée selon la formule 1 . 

(3) Sous réserve du paragraphe (4), la requête en réexamen et 
modification de la décision rendue par la Commission de révision est 
rédigée selon la formule 2 et est présentée dans les trente jours qui 
suivent la réception, par l'auteur de la demande, d'un avis de la décision 
devant être révisée. 

(4) Le paragraphe 13 (6) de la Loi sur les prestations familiales 



s'applique, avec les adaptations nécessaires, à la requête en réexamen et 
modification de la décision rendue par la Commission de révision. 

(5) Dans les vingt et un jours qui suivent la réception de l'avis rédigé 
selon la formule I ou 2, le président de la Commission de révision 
envoie à toutes les parties à l'instance engagée devant elle : 

a) une copie de l 'avis rédigé selon la formule 1 ou 2, selon le cas, 
sauf à l'auteur de la demande ou au requérant; 

b) une copie de l'avis indiquant la date, l'heure, le lieu et l'objet 
de l'audience. 

(6) Sous réserve de l'article 24 de la Loi sur l'exercice des compé- 
tences légales, l 'avis indiquant la date, l'heure et le lieu de l 'audience est 



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signifié par courrier de première classe à l'auteur de la demande ou au 
requérant à l'adresse figurant à la formule 1 ou 2. 

(7) La partie qui demande une audience ou qui présente une requête 
en réexamen et modification peut, avant l'audience, retirer sa demande 
ou sa requête au moyen d'un avis écrit adressé au président de la 
Commission de révision. Règl. de l'Ont. 8/93, art. 1, en partie. 

2 (1) La Commission de révision rend une décision, en se fondant 
sur la preuve, dans les quarante jours qui suivent l'envoi de l'avis 
indiquant la date, l'heure, le lieu et l'objet de l'audience aux termes de 
l'alinéa 1 (5) b). 

(2) L'avis de décision de la Commission de révision comprend les 
éléments suivants : 

a) les principales conclusions de fait tirées de la preuve que la 
Commission peut connaître d'office; 

b) les conclusions fondées sur les conclusions de fait. Règl. de 
l'Ont. 8/93, art. I, en partie. 

DÉFINITION DE BÉNÉFICIAIRE 

3 (I) Pour l'application de l'article 9 de la Loi, le terme «bénéfi- 
ciaire» s'entend notamment ; 

a) de la personne à qui le paiement visé au paragraphe 9(1) de la 
Loi est effectué en fiducie; 

b) de la personne morale qui reçoit, directement ou indirectement, 
un avantage, lorsque les administrateurs ou les dirigeants de 
celle-ci sont liés à une personne morale subventionnée; pour 
l'application du présent article, est réputé lié à une autre 
personne morale l'administrateur ou le dirigeant qui : 

(i) occupe un poste d'administrateur ou de dirigeant de 
l'autre personne morale, 

(ii) est, directement ou indirectement, propriétaire bénéfi- 



ciaire d'actions participantes auxquelles se rattachent 
plus de 10 pour cent des voix rattachées à l'ensemble 
des actions participantes de l'autre personne morale 
alors en circulation, 

(iii) a un parent, notamment son conjoint, ou un parent de 
son conjoint, qui partage un logement avec lui et qui 
occupe un poste d'administrateur ou de dirigeant de 
l'autre personne morale, ou qui est, directement ou 
indirectement, propriétaire bénéficiaire d'actions 
participantes auxquelles se rattachent plus de 10 pour 
cent des voix rattachées à l 'ensemble des actions partici- 
pantes de l'autre personne morale alors en circulation; 

c) d'une entreprise qui est soit une filiale d'une personne morale 
subventionnée, soit une personne qui a un lien avec celle-ci, ou 
dont le contrôle ou la direction de la sélection des membres de 
son conseil d'administration ou de sa ligne de conduite est 
assumé par la personne morale subventionnée, ou qui contrôle 
ou dirige la ligne de conduite de la personne morale subven- 
tionnée ou la sélection des membres du conseil d'administration 
de celle-ci. 

(2) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au paragraphe (I). 

«action participante» Action participante au sens de la définition de cette 
expression figurant au paragraphe 72 (1) de la Loi sur les personnes 
morales, («equity share») 

«filiale» Filiale aux termes de l'article 106 de la Loi sur tes personnes 
morales, («subsidiary») 

«personne morale subventionnée» Personne morale à laquelle il est 
ordonné de verser un paiement visé au paragraphe 9 (I) de la Loi. 
(«funded corporation») 

«personne qui a un lien» Personne qui a un lien au .sens de la définition 
de cette expression figurant à l 'article 73 de la Loi sur les personnes 
morales, («associate») Règl. de l 'Ont. 8/93, art. I , en partie. 




Connission 

de révision 

de l'aide sociale 



Formule 1 



Loi sur le ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires 



Appel 
Avit de demande d'audience 



Ontario 



Nom 


M. 
Mlle 


Prénom 


Niméro de dossier 

(pour l'usage du bureau seulement) 


Adresse 


Numéro de téléphone où l'on peut vous 
joindre 




Code postal 


Indicatif Numéro 
régional 

( ) 



1. Quand étes-vous né(e)? 



Jour Mois Année 



2. Sur quoi porte votre appel? Veuillez cocher une case. 



S 



I — I Aide sociale générale 
(aide municipale ou 
de la cité) 



n 



Prestations familiales 
(allocations de la 
mère, prestations 
d'invalidité ou pour 
enfants handicapés) 



I — I Réadaptation 
— professionnelle 
(SRP) 



I — I Quote-part prévue 

par la Loi sur l'assurance- 



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3. À quel bureau d'aide sociale ou de prestations 
familiales avez-vous présenté une demande d'aide? 



4. Quel est le nom et le numéro de téléphone 
du travailleur social chargé de votre dossier? 



(Veuillez indiquer l'adresse du bureau) 



5. Pourquoi voulez-vous interjeter appel? Veuillez cocher une case. 

I — I nn m'a rpfii«:p Hpr orestat i onR. I — ' 



On m'a refusé des prestations. 



Mes prestations ont été réduites. 



I — I Le montant de mes prestations 
est inexact. 



D 



Mes prestations ont été annulées. ' — ' Mes prestations sont retenues 



□ l 



e montant de ma quote-part 
est inexact. 



6. Quand cette décision a-t-elle été prise? 



Jour Mois Année 



7. Pourquoi n'êtes-vous pas d'accord au sujet de cette décision? (Si vous avez besoin de plus d'espace, utilisez une 
autre feuille.) 



Notez bian qua vous devez envoyer la présente formule 1 à la Commlsiion dana lea trente jours suivant la date de la 
décision dont vous interjetez appel. 



Signature 



Date 



8. Souhaitez-vous que l'audience se dérou 



le □ 



en français ou 



Est-il nécessaire que la Conmission requière 

les services d'un interprète dans une autre langue? 

Dans l'affirmative, de quelle langue s'agirait-il? 



D 



D 
D 



en anglais? 



9. Il est possible que vous puissiez recevoir des prestations pendant la période précédant l'audience si l'on estime 
que vous éprouvez des difficultés financières. Cette aide s'appelle aide provisoire. Pour demander une aide 
provisoire, vous devez répondre aux questions figurant sur la formule intitulée Annexa A ■ Demanda d'aide provisoire. À 
cette fin, veuillez vous reporter à l'annexe A à la page suivante. 



Veuillez envoyer par la poate la présente formula à Tadreasa suivante : 



Présidentiel 

Commission de révision de l'eide sociale 

1075, rue Bay, 7^étage 

Toronto (Ontario) 

M5S 2B1 



À Toronto, composez le 326-5104. 

À l'extérieur de Toronto, composez sans frais le 

1-800-387-5655. 



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Les renseignements fournis sur la présente fornxjle sont recueillis en vertu de la Loi sur le minUtm des Services sociaux tt 
communautaires, qui constitue le chapitre M. 20 des L.R.O. de 1990, et du Règlement 776 des R.R.O. de 1990, afin que 
puisse être entamée la procédure relative à l'audience que vous demandez et que la Coninission de révision de l'aide 
sociale puisse prendre une décision en ce qui concerne l'aide provisoire. Si vous avez des questions au sujet de 
cette collecte de renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec le ccordonnateur de l'accès à l'information de la 
Commission. 

English on reverse 
AniMxt A ■ Demand! d'aidt proviuir* 

1. Rcntiignementt généraux 

a) Vous avez présenté une demande d'aide ' — ' en tant que personne seule ou ' — 1 en tant que chef de 

fami lie? 

b) Veuillez marquer d'un «X» la phrase qui décrit le mieux votre situation. 
L- ' Je cherche du travail. 

I — I J'ai un certificat médical attestant que je suis incapable de travailler. 

I — I Je suis le chef d'une famille monoparentale. 

I — I Je suis étudiant(e) : ' — ' à temps plein ' — ' à temps partiel ' — ' dans une école secondaire 

I — I dans un collège ' — ' dans une université. 

I — I Je demande le statut de réfuglé(e) : ' — I Je suis allé(e) aux bureaux de l'immigration pour obtenir une 

trousse d'information personnelle. 

I — I Je ne suis pas allé(e) aux bureaux de l'immigration pour obtenir 
une trousse d'information personnelle. 

I — I J'ai moins de dix-huit ans et ne peux pas vivre à la maison. 

' — ' J'ai un emploi mais je gagne moins que le montant accordé au titre de l'aide sociale générale. 

2. Ransaignsmants finaneiari 

a) Est-ce que vous recevez de l'argent (de quelque source que ce soit)? I — I oui ' — ' non 

b) Si vous avez un conjoint, reçoit-il de l'argent (de quelque source que ce soit)? ' — ' oui ' — ' non 

Si vous avez répondu par l'affirmative à la question 2 a) ou 2 b), veuillez passer à la question 2 c). Si 
vous y avez répondu par la négative, veuillez passer à la question 2 d). 

c) Si vous-même ou votre conjoint recevez un revenu de quelque source que ce soit, veuillez fournir des détails 
et indiquer la fréquence des versements (par exemple, 100 $/mois). 

Typa da ravanu Mantant du ravanu Data à laqualla la ravanu a été tauehé 

I — I Gains professionnels $ / 

I — I Indemnité de vacances S / 

I — ' Aide sociale générale $ / 

' — ' Prestations familiales $ / 

I — ' Indemnités de la Commission des accidents $ / 

du travai l 

I — I Assurance- chômage % / 

1 — I Régime de pensions du Canada $ / 



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Assurance- invalidité quelconque 



Pension alimentaire et versements concernant 
la garde 

I — I Versements provenant d'un fonds en fiducie 

I — I Régime d'aide financière aux 
étudiants de l'Ontario (RAFÉO) 



Bourse 
Prêt 



1 — 1 Autres revenus non indiqués ci -dessus 
(par exemple, revenu d'un logement) 



$ / 

$ / 

$ / 

$ / 

$ / 

* / 



d) Au cours du mois prochain, allez-vous recevoir de l'argent de quelque source que ce soit? ' — ' oui 
Si vous avez répondu par l'affirmative à la question d), veuillez fournir les détails suivants : 



Type de revenu que je recevrai 



Montant 



D 



Date à laquelle je toucherai ce montant 



e) Si vous-même ou votre conjoint possédez des biens, veuillez 
en indiquer la valeur ci-dessous : 

Comptes en banque (personnel et d'affaires) 



f) Combien payez-vous chaque mois pour 
ce qui suit? 



$ Loyer 

Hypothèque 
$ 

Chambre et pension 

$ Électricité 

$ Chauffage 

$ Eau/eaux d' égout 

Impôts fonciers 
g) Est-ce que vous accusez du retard dans vos paietnents de loyer ou d'hypothèque? ' — I oui 
Dans l'affirmative, combien devez- vous? 



Actions/obligations/certificats de placetnent 
garanti (CPG) 

Terrains ou biens autres que votre propre 
habitation 

Régime d'épargne- retraite (RÉR) 

Autres biens 



D 



Je certifie qu'au mieux de ma connaissance, les renseignements donnés dans l'annexe A sont exacts. 
Signature Date d'aujourd'hui 



Merci d'avoir pris le temps de répondre à ces questions. 



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Nom 



Fonnuto 2 

Loi sur U ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires 
Requête en réexamen de décision 
Prénom 



Ue 



Numéro de dossier 
(pour l'usage du 
bureau seulement) 



Adresse 



Numéro de téléphone 
où l'on peut vous 
joindre 



Indicatif 
régional 

( ) 



Code postal Indicatif NLinéro 

1. Quel est le numéro de dossier de la décision initiale de la Commission? 

2. Quand la décision initiale de la Commission a-t-elle été rendue? 

3. Pourquoi pensez-vous que la Commission devrait agréer votre demande d'audience en vue du réexamen de la décision? 
(Exposez vos raisons.) 



Signature 



Date 



4. Je souhaite que l'audience se déroule 



D 



en français 



D 



en anglais. 



Est- il nécessaire que la Commission requière . i — . i — i 
les services d'un interprète dans une autre langue? ' — ' oui I — ' 

Dans l'affirmative, de quelle langue s'agirait-il? 



Règl. de l'Ont. 8/93, art. 1, en partie. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 9/93 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 



O. Reg. 9/93 



Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

1. Regulation 950 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 67.2 

Regulation 848 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 

under the 

Occupational Health and Safety Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Failure to notify the Director by telephone of the location and duration of the diving operation 


clause 4 (a) 


2. 


Failure to confirm in writing the telephone notice to the Director of the location and duration of the 
diving operation 


clause 4 (a) 


3. 


Failure to set out in writing the operational procedures of the diving operation and a contingency plan 
for emergencies 


clause 4 (e) 


4. 


Failure to have a copy of the operational procedure or contingency plan available on the dive site for 
inspection 


clause 4 (e) 


5. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to be in direct control of the diving operation 


subsections (1) 


6. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to ensure that all necessary equipment and diving plant are provided 
and maintained in good operating condition 


subclause 5 (2) (e) (i) 


7. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to ensure that all necessary equipment and diving plant are examined 
daily by a competent person 


subclause 5 (2) (e) (i) 


8. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to ensure that there are a sufficient number of competent persons at the 
dive site 


subclause 5 (2) (e) (ii) 


9. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to ensure that the diving operation is conducted from a suitable and 
safe place 


subclause 5 (2) (e) (iv) 


10. 


Failure of the diving supervisor to ensure that a stand-by diver is present at all times that diving 
operations are in progress 


clause 5 (2) (g) 


11. 


Failure of the diver to undergo a medical examination as prescribed by subsection 34 (1) 


clause 6 (2) (a) 


12. 


Failure of the diver to submit to the employer the written statement of the physician obtained in 
accordance with subsection 34 (4) 


clause 6 (2) (a) 


13. 


Failure of the diver to check, immediately before a dive, that all required equipment is in place and 
properly fastened 


subsection 6 (4) 


14. 


Failure of the diver to check, immediately before a dive, that all apparatus is functioning 


subsection 6 (4) 


15. 


Failure of the stand-by diver to have a stand-by umbilical or lifeline of sufficient length to reach the 
operating diver 


subclause 7 (b) (i) 


16. 


Entry into the water by the stand-by diver in an event other than an emergency 


clause 7 (c) 


17. 


Failure of the stand-by diver to be positioned so as to be capable of rendering immediate emergency 
assistance at all times 


clause 7 (d) 


18. 


Except when operating the compressor, failure of the diver's tender to devote his or her whole time and 
attention to the work as tender 


subsection 50 (2) 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 10/93 

made under the 
RENT CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: January I4th, 1993 
Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 415/92 
(Forms) 

Note: A French version of O. Reg. 415/92 was added by O. Reg. 
572/92. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 415/92 is revolted and the 
following substituted: 

2. — (1) A notice of rent increase under section 7 of the Act for a 
rental unit shall be, 

(a) in Form 16 if subsection 3 (2), (4) or (7) of the Act applies to 
the rental unit; 

(b) in Form 2 if, 

(i) the increase cannot be charged or collected in full until. 



(A) an order of the rent officer has been made under the 
Act on an application to increase the maximum rent 
of the rental unit by more than the guideline or a 
notice of carry forward has been issued under the 
Act, or 



(B) an order has been made under the Residential Rent 
Regulation Act or a notice of phase-in has been 
given under that Act, or 



(ii) at the time the notice is given there is an application 
outstanding under the Act or the Residential Rent 
Regulation Act to increase the maximum rent by more 
than the guideline for any rental unit in the residential 
complex in which the rental unit affected by the notice 
is located; or 



(c) in Form 1 in all other cases. 

(2) The form for the notice of rent increase shall include Form 17 if 
subsection 7 (3) of the Act applies. 

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), before the 1st day of August, 
1 993, a notice of rent increase under section 7 of the Act may be, 

(a) if an order increasing the maximum rent above guideline is 
required, in Form 2 of Ontario Regulation 749/86, as it existed 
immediately before the 1 0th day of August, 1992; or 



(b) in any other case, in Form 1 of Ontario Regulation 749/86, as 
it existed immediately before the 10th day of August, 1992. 
O.Reg. 10/93, s. 1. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Forms: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 10/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LE CONTRÔLE DES LOYERS 

pris le 14 janvier 1993 
déposé le 15 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 415/92 
(Formules) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement de l'Ontario 415/92 
a été ajoutée par le Règlement de l'Ontario 572/92. 

1 L'article 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 415/92 est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

2 (1) L'avis d'augmentation de loyer d'un logement locatif, visé à 
l'article 7 de la Loi, est rédigé : 

a) selon la formule 16 si le paragraphe 3 (2), (4) ou (7) de la Loi 
s'applique au logement locatif; 

b) selon la formule 2 dans l'un ou l'autre des cas suivants : 

(i) la totalité de l'augmentation ne peut être demandée ni 
perçue : 

(A) soit avant que l'agent des loyers ait rendu une 
ordonnance en vertu de la Loi par suite d'une 
requête en vue d'augmenter le loyer maximal du 
logement locatif d'un pourcentage supérieur au 
taux légal, ou qu'un avis de report soit délivré en 
vertu de la Loi, 

(B) soit avant qu'un arrêté soit pris en vertu de la Loi 
sur la réglementation des loyers d' habitation ou 
qu'un avis d'inclusion progressive soit donné en 
vertu de cette loi, 

(ii) au moment où l'avis est donné, il n'a pas été statué sur 
une requête présentée en vertu de la Loi ou de la Loi sur 
la réglementation des loyers d' liabitation en vue d'aug- 
menter d'un pourcentage supérieur au taux légal le loyer 
maximal d'un logement locatif situé dans l'ensemble 
d'habitation où se trouve le logement locatif visé par 
l'avis; 

c) selon la formule 1 dans les autres cas. 

(2) La formule de l'avis d'augmentation de loyer comprend la 
formule 17 si le paragraphe 7 (3) de la Loi s'applique. 

(3) Malgré les paragraphes (1) et (2), avant le l"août 1993, l'avis 
d'augmentation de loyer visé à l'article 7 de la Loi peut être rédigé : 

a) selon la formule 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 749/86, telle 
qu'elle existait immédiatement avant le 10 août 1992, si une 
ordonnance augmentant le loyer maximal d'un pourcentage 
supérieur au taux légal est nécessaire; 

b) selon la formule 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 749/86, telle 
qu'elle existait immédiatement avant le 10 août 1992, dans les 
autres cas. Règl. de l'Ont. 10/93, art. 1 . 

2 Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction des formules 
suivantes : 



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Notice of Rent Increase 

Rent Control Act, 1992 Form 1 



To: [Tenant's Name and Address] 


From: ILandlord's Name and Address) 












Your New 
Rent 


On 


.19 


. vour rent will increase to S 


per 

(Month, Week, etc ) 



How Your 
New Rent is 
Calculated 



Calculated 

Maximum 

Rent 

Operating 
Costs 

(Check one) 



1. Your current rent is - - - -- 

2. Your rent increase is 

Each year the Ministry of Housing sets a "guideline" for rent increases. 



For 19 



_, the guideline is. 



.%. The guideline cannot be applied 



to a capital component. 

□ Your rent increase is equal to or less than the guideline amount, or 

□ Your rent increase is more than the guideline amount because: 

D it includes legal increases based on maximum rent, or 
D it is allowed in an Order or Notice of Carry Forward. 

3. Your new rent will be _ _ 

Your new rent includes the following: 



Basic Rent 


$ 


M 

S. 

CD 

X 

o 

Q. 
« 


Indoor Parlcing: 
Outdoor Parking: 
Other: 
Other: 


Space(s) 

Space(s) 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Capital Component 


$ 


TOTAL RENT 


$ 



Cannot be more than the amount shown on the most 
recent Order or Notice of Cany Forward issued under 
the Rent Confro/ Act («92. 



The most a landlord can charge any tenant is the "maximum rent." According to my information, on 
the date your rent will increase, the maximum rent for your unit will be $ . 



If there has been an Order under the Rent Control Act, 1992 that raised the maximum rent by more 
than the guideline for any unit in the complex, the law requires the landlord to tell tenants what the 
operating costs have been for the complex for a two-year period. This is not required if the first 
Order was effective less than 12 months before this rent increase. 

U These costs are shown on Schedule A which is attached to this Notice. 

Q This section does not apply to your unit. 



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Important 
Information 



A landlord must give the tenant this notice at least 90 days before the date of the rent increase. 

A landlord can only increase the rent if 12 months have passed since the last rent increase, even 

if a new tenant moves in. 

A tenant does not have to renew a lease. If the tenant decides not to sign a new lease, the tenant 

does not have to move, but the tenancy becomes "month-to-month." If a tenant plans to move, 

the tenant must tell the landlord in writing at least 60 days before the end of a monthly or yearly 

rental, or 28 days before the end of a weekly rental. 

A capital component only exists when there is an Order or Notice of Canry Forward under the 

Rent Control Act, 1992 that shows how much the capital component is. The capital component 

cannot be increased by guideline. It can only be increased by an Order or Notice of Carry 

Forward under the Rent Control Act, 1992. 

The maximum rent must be calculated to the nearest cent. 

If you have any questions about this Notice or the rent you should pay, contact the Rent Control 

Office in your area. The telephone number is in the blue pages of the telephone book under 

"Government of Ontario ~ Housing." 



Signature 



O Landlord 



D Agent 



Name of Person Signing 


Title 


Signature 


Ptione No. 


Date 



O.Reg. 10/93, s. 2, parr. 



Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers 



Avis d' au g m en tât ion de loyer 
Fonaule 1 



Destinataire : (Nom et adresse du locataire) 



Expéditeur : (Nom et adresse du locateur) 



Votre nouveau 
loyer 



Le 


19 


votre 


loyer 


passera 


à 


t 


par 


(mois, 


semaine, 


etc 


) 



Calcul de votre 
rxHiveau loyer 



1. Votre loyer actuel est de 



2. L'aupientatian de votre loyer est de 



Chaque année, le ministère du Logement fixe le taux 
légal des augmentations de loyer. 

Pour 19 , le taux légal est de X. Le taux légal 

ne peut être appliqué à un élément d'immobilisations. 

' — ' L'augmentation de votre loyer est égale ou 

inférieure au montant correspondant au taux légal. 



I — I L'augmentation de votre loyer est supérieure au 
montant correspondant au taux légal pour l'une ou 



l'autre des raisons suivantes : 



D Elle comprerxJ des augmentations légales fondées 
sur le loyer maximal. 



D Elle est permise par une ordonnance ou un avis 
de report. 

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O. Reg. 10/93 



3. Votre nouveau loyer sera de 



Votre nouveau loyer cotnprend ce qui suit 



Loyer de base 




1 

00 

S 

£? 
S 
o 


Stationnement intérieur : 


place(s) 




Stationnement extérieur : 


place(s) 




Autre : 




Autre : 




Élénient d'immobilisations 




LOYER TOTAL 





Ne peut tin ii^iéficur au moalanl figuranl dans 
la dernière oidonranœ rendue ou dana le dernier 
avii de report délivré en vertu de ta Loi dt 1992 
sur U continu des loyers. 



Loyer maxïaal 
calculé 



Frais 
d'exploitation 

(Cocher une case) 



Le locateur ne peut demander au locataire un loyer supérieur au «loyer maximal». Selon 
les renseignements à ma disposition, à la date où votre loyer augmentera, le loyer 

maximal de votre logement sera de $. 



Si une ordonnance augmentant d'un pourcentage supérieur au taux légal le loyer maximal 
d'un logement de l'ensemble a été rendue en vertu de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des 
loyers, la loi exige que le locateur informe les locataires des frais d'exploitation de 
l'ensemble pour une période de deux ans. Cette exigence ne vaut pas si la première 
ordonnance est entrée en vigueur moins de 12 mois avant cette augmentation de loyer. 



D 



Ces frais figurent à l'annexe A jointe à cet avis. 



D 



Cette section ne s'applique pas à votre logement. 



Renseignements i. Le locateur doit donner cet avis au locataire au moins 90 jours avant la date de 

iiportants l'augmentation de loyer. Le locateur ne peut augmenter le loyer que si une période 

de 12 mois s'est écoulée depuis la date de la dernière augmentation de loyer, même 

si un nouveau locataire emménage dans le logement. 

2. Le locataire n'est pas tenu de renouveler le bail. Si le locataire décide de ne 
pas signer un nouveau bail, il n'est pas obligé de déménager, mais la location 
devient une location au mois. Le locataire qui a l'intention de déménager doit en 
aviser le locateur par écrit au moins 60 jours avant la fin d'une location au mois 
ou à l'année, ou 28 jours avant la fin d'une location à la semaine. 

3. Un élément d'inmobi lisations n'existe que si une ordonnance rendue ou un avis de 
report délivré en vertu de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers en donne le 
montant. Le taux légal ne peut servir à augmenter un élément d'immobilisations. 
Ce dernier ne peut être augmenté que par ordonnance rendue ou avis de report 
délivré en vertu de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers. 

4. Le loyer maximal doit être arrondi au cent le plus proche. 

5. Pour toute question sur cet avis ou sur le loyer que vous devriez payer, veuillez 
communiquer avec le Bureau de contrôle des loyers de votre région. Le numéro de 
téléphone du Bureau figure dans les pages bleues de l'annuaire téléphonique sous 
«Gouvernement de l 'Ontario - Logement». 



Signature 



n 



Locateur 



D 



Représentant 



Nom du signataire 


Titre 


Signature 


Numéro de téléphone 


Date 



Règl. de l'Ont. 10/93, art. 2, en partie. 



20 



O. Reg. 10/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 227 

Notice of Rent Increase 
Form 2 



Rent Control Act, 1992 



To: [Tenant's Name and Address] 


From: [Landlord's Name and Address] 



Your New 
Rent 

What You 
Should Pay 
Until A Decision 
is Made 

Proposed 
Maximum 
Rent 

How Your 
New Rent is 
Calculated 



On 



_, 19 , your rent will increase to $ . 



.per. 



This rent may need approval (see "How Your New Rent is Calculated" below). 



(MonUi. WMk. etc ) 



Until a decision Is made on my application(s) to raise maximum rent, or until I receive a Notice of 
Carry Forward, I cannot charge or collect rent from you that is more than the law allows. Beginning 
on the date of your rent increase, you should pay $ per . 



(Month. Wnk. ate ) 



For your information, if my application is approved or if I receive a Notice of Carry Forward, the new 

maximum rent for your unit would be $ . Future rent increases may be based on 

this amount. 



1 . Your current rent is - 

In most cases, this is the rent that was on the last Notice of Rent 
Increase, unless it was reduced by an Order. 

D This rent needs approval through an Order or Notice of Carry Fonward. 
LJ This rent does not need approval. 

2. Your rent increase is _ _. 

EH This increase needs approval through an Order or 

Notice of Carry Forward 
Li This increase does not need approval. 

3. Your new rent will be _._ 

This rent includes separate charges for the following items. 



Parking 
(List Numtier of Spaces) 

lndcx>r Outdoor 


Other Ctiarges 
(Specify Type of Charge) 









Operating 
Costs 

(Check One) 



If there has been an Order under the Rent Control Act, 1992 that raised the maximum rent by more 
than the guideline for any unit in the complex, the law requires the landlord to tell the tenants what 
the operating costs have been for the complex for a two-year period. This is not required if the first 
Order was effective less than 12 months before this rent increase. 

U These costs are shown on Schedule A which is attached to this Notice. 
I — I This section does not apply to your unit. 



Important 
Information 



1 . After the Order or Notice of Carry Forward is issued, the tenant may have to pay the difference 
between what has already been paid and what the landlord can charge. 

2. A landlord must give the tenant this Notice at least 90 days before the date of the rent increase. 
A landlord can only increase the rent if 12 months have passed since the last rent increase, even 
if a new tenant moves in. 



21 



228 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 10/93 



Signature 



A tenant does not have to renew a lease. If the tenant decides not to sign a new lease, the tenant 

does not have to move, but the tenancy becomes "month-to-month." If a tenant plans to move, 

the tenant must give the landlord written notice 60 days before the end of a monthly or yearly 

rental, or 28 days before the end of a weekly rental. 

If a capital component exists, it can only be increased by an Order or Notice of Carry Forward 

under the Rent Control Act, 1992. 

If you have any questions about this Notice or the rent you should pay, contact the Rent Control 

Office in your area. The telephone number is in the blue pages of the telephone book under 

"Government of Ontario - Housing." 

n Landlord D Agent 



Name of Person Signing 


Title 


Signature 


Phone No. 


Date 



O.Reg. \0/93,s. 2, pari. 



Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers 



Avis d'au^aentation de loyer 
Fonaule 2 



Destinataire : (Nom et adresse du locataire) 



Expéditeur : (Nom et adresse du locateur) 



Votre nouveau 
loyer 



Le loyer que vous 
devez payer en 
attendant la prise 
d'une décision 



Le 19 , votre loyer passera à S par . 

(mois, semaine, etc.) 
Il se peut que ce loyer doive être approuvé (voir ci-dessous la section intitulée 
«Calcul de votre nouveau loyer»). 

Jusqu'à la prise d'une décision concernant ma requête en vue d'obtenir une 
augmentation du loyer maximal, ou jusqu'à ce que je reçoive un avis de report, je ne 
peux vous demander ni percevoir de vous un loyer supérieur au montant permis par la 
loi. À partir de la date de l'augmentation de votre loyer, vous devriez 



payer 



$ par 



(mois, semaine, etc.) 



Loyer maximal  titre d'information, le nouveau loyer maximal de votre logement sera de S 

proposé si ma requête est approuvée ou si je reçois un avis de report. Les augmentations futures 

de votre loyer pourront se fonder sur ce montant. 



Calcul de votre 
nouveau loyer 



1. Votre loyer actuel est de 



Dans la plupart des cas, i4- s'agit du loyer qui figurait 
sur le dernier avis d'augmentation de loyer, à moins qu'il 
n'ait été réduit par ordonnance. 



D 
D 



Ce loyer doit être approuvé par voie d'ordonnance ou d'avis de report. 



Ce loyer ne doit pas être approuvé. 
L'augMentation de votre loyer est de 

D 
D 



Cette augmentation doit être approuvée par voie d'ordonnance ou 
d'avis de report. 



Cette augmentation ne doit pas être approuvée. 

22 



O. Reg. 10/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



229 



3. Votre nouveau loyer sera de 



Ce loyer conprend des charges distinctes au titre des éléments suivants : 



Stationnement 
(Préciser le nombre de places) 
intérieur extérieur 


Autres charges 
(Préciser la catégorie des charges) 









Frais 
d'exploitation 

(Cocher une case) 



Renseignements 
importants 



Si une ordonnance augmentant d'un pourcentage supérieur au taux légal le loyer maximal 
d'un logement de l'ensemble a été rendue en vertu de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des 
loyers , la loi exige que le locateur informe les locataires des frais d'exploitation de 
l'ensemble pour une période de deux ans. Cette exigence ne vaut pas si la première 
ordonnance est entrée en vigueur moins de 12 mois avant cette augmentation de loyer. 

I— I Ces frais figurent à l'annexe A jointe à cet avis. 

' — ' Cette section ne s'applique pas à votre logement. 

1. Après que l'ordonnance a été rendue ou l'avis de report délivré, le locataire peut 
être tenu de payer la différence entre le montant déjà payé et celui que le 
locateur peut demander. 

2. Le locateur doit donner cet avis au locataire au moins 90 jours avant la date de 
l'augmentation de loyer. Le locateur ne peut augmenter le loyer que si une période 
de 12 mois s'est écoulée depuis la date de la dernière augmentation de loyer, même 
si un nouveau locataire emménage dans le logement. 

3. Le locataire n'est pas tenu de renouveler le bail. Si le locataire décide de ne 
pas signer un nouveau bail, il n'est pas obligé de déménager, mais la location 
devient une location au mois. Le locataire qui a l'intention de déménager doit en 
aviser le locateur par écrit 60 jours avant la fin d'une location au mois ou à 
l'année, ou 28 jours avant la fin d'une location à la semaine. 

4. Un élément d'immobilisations, le cas échéant, ne peut être augmenté que par 
ordonnance rendue ou avis de report délivré en vertu de la Loi de 1991 sur le 
contrôle des loyers, 

5. Pour toute question sur cet avis ou sur le loyer que vous devriez payer, veuillez 
comuniquer avec le Bureau de contrôle des loyers de votre région. Le numéro de 
téléphone du Bureau figure dans les pages bleues de l'annuaire téléphonique sous 
«Gouvernement de l'Ontario - Logement». 



Signature 



D 



Locateur 



n 



Représentant 



Nom du signataire 


Titre 


Signature 


Numéro de téléphone 


Date 



Règl. de l'Ont. 10/93, art. 2, en partie. 



23 



230 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



Rent Control Act, 1992 



O. Reg. 10/93 

Notice of Rent Increase 
Form 16 



To: [Tenant's Name and Address) 


From: (Landlord's Name and Address] 



Your New 
Rent 



How Your 
New Rent is 
Calculated 



On 



_, 19 , your rent will Increase to $ . 



.per. 



(Month. Week, etc.) 



1 . Your current rent is 



2. Your rent increase is 

This is a % increase over your current rent. 

3. Your new rent will be 

Your new rent includes the following: 



Basic Rent 


$ 


m 

B 
« 

o 

« 
m 
ta 
a. 

0) 

w 


Indoor Parking: Spaces 
Outdoor Parking: Spaces 
Other: 
Other: 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


TOTAL RENT 


$ 



Notes to the 1 . Each year the Ministry of Housing sets a "guideline" for rent increases. This guideline does not 

Tenant apply to units that are partially exempt or temporarily exempt from the Rent Control Act, 1992. 

Therefore, the landlord can raise the rent by any amount. 

2. If you have any questions about this Notice or the rent you should pay, contact your landlord or 
the Rent Control Office in your area. The telephone number is in the blue pages of the 
telephone book under "Government of Ontario - Housing." 



Signature 



O Landlord 



LJ Agent 



Name of Person Signing 


Title 


Signature ^ 


Phone No. 


Date 



O.Reg. 10/93,s. 2,parf. 



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O. Reg. 10/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



231 



Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers 



Avis d'augmentation de loyer 
Fonule 16 



Destinataire : (Nom et adresse du locataire) 



Expéditeur : (Nom et adresse du locateur) 



Votre nouveau 
loyer 



Le 


19 


votre 


loyer 


passera 


à 


S 


par 


(mois. 


semaine, 


etc 


) 



Calcul de votre 
nouveau loyer 



1. Votre loyer actuel est de 



2. L'au^aentation de votre loyer est de 



Ce montant représente une augmentation de 



X par rapport à votre loyer actuel. 



Remarques à 
l'intention du 
locataire 



3. Votre nouveau loyer sera de 



Votre nouveau loyer comprend ce qui suit 



Loyer de base 




1 

ce 


Stationnement intérieur : 


place(s) 




Stationnement extérieur : 
Autre : 


place(s) 






Autre : 




LOYER TOTAL 





Chaque année, le ministère du Logement fixe le taux légal des augmentations de 
loyer. Ce taux légal ne s'applique pas aux logements qui sont partiellement ou 
temporairement exemptés de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrite des loyers. Le locateur 
peut donc augmenter le loyer de n'importe quel montant. 

Pour toute question sur cet avis ou sur le loyer que vous devriez payer, veuillez 
connuniquer avec votre locateur ou avec le Bureau de contrôle des loyers de votre 
région. Le numéro de téléphone du Bureau figure dans les pages bleues de 
l'annuaire téléphonique sous «Gouvernement de l'Ontario - Logement». 



Signature 



n 



Locateur 



D 



Représentant 



Nom du signataire 


Titre 


Signature 


Numéro de téléphone 


Date 



Règl. de l'Ont. 10/93, art. 2, en partie. 



25 



232 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 10/93 

Schedule A - Operating Costs 

Form 17 



Rent Control Act, 1992 



Address of 
Complex 



street Address 



City 



Postal Code 



Date of 

Rent 

Increase 



The date of the rent increase on the attached Notice of Rent Increase is 



.. 19_ 



Notes to the There has been an Order under the Rent Control Act, 1992 that raised the maximum rent by more 

Tenant ^^^^ ^^^ guideline for units in this complex. The Order showed operating costs for the complex. 

Because of this Order, the law requires the landlord to tell tenants what the operating costs for the 
complex have been for a two-year period. The landlord must do this every time the rent increases. 

Below is information about operating costs for a two-year period . Because the law states which two 
years must be reported, the costs shown may not be for the most recent two-year period. 



Two-Year 
Period 



Year1 


Year 2 


From 

Day Mo Yr 


To 

Day Mo Yr 


From 

Day Mo. Yt. 


To 

Day Mo Yr 











Operating 
Costs 



Municipal Taxes 

Heat 

Hydro 

Water 



Yearl 


Year 2 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 



Signature 



EH Landlord 



n Agent 



Name of Person Signing 


Title 


Signature 


Ptione No. 


Date 



O.Reg. 10/93, s. 2, part. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



233 



Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers 



Annexe A - Frais d'exploitation 
Fonaule 17 



Adresse de 
l'enseiable 



Rue et numéro 



Ville 



Code postal 



Date de 

l'augientation de 
loyer 



La date de l'augmentation de loyer figurant sur l'avis d'augmentation de loyer ci -joint 
est le 19 . 



Remarques à 
l'intention du 
locataire 



Période de deux 
ans 



Frais 
d'exploitation 



Signature 



Une ordonnance rendue en vertu de la Loi de 1992 sur le contrôle des loyers a eu pour 
effet d'augmenter le loyer maximal d'un pourcentage supérieur au taux légal applicable 
aux logements de cet ensemble. L'ordonnance mentionne les frais d'exploitation de 
l'enseflible. 

En raison de cette ordonnance, la loi exige que le locateur informe les locataires des 
frais d'exploitation de l'ensemble pour une période de deux ans. Le locateur doit 
respecter cette exigence chaque fois que le loyer augmente. 

Vous trouverez ci -dessous les renseignements sur les frais d'exploitation pour une 
période de deux ans. Comme la loi précise les deux années qui sont visées par cette 
exigence, les frais qui figurent ci -dessous peuvent ne pas concerner la dernière période 
de deux ans. 



1~ année 


2- armée 


Du 
J M A 


Au 
J M A 


Du 
J H A 


Au 
J M A 











Impôts municipaux 
Chauffage 
Électricité 
Eau 



1- amée 


2- armée 


$ 


( 


$ 


% 


$ 


% 


S 


% 



D 



Locateur 



D 



Représentant 



Nom du signataire 


Titre 


Signature 


Nunéro de téléphone 


Date 



5/93 



Règl. de l'Ont. 10/93. art. 2, en partie. 



27 



234 O. Reg. 1 1/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 11/93 

made under the 

TORONTO AREA TRANSIT OPERATING 

AUTHORITY ACT 

Made: December 10th, 1992 

Approved: January 14th, 1993 

Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1036ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1.— (1) Clauses 2 (21) (a) and (b) of Regulation 1036 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) on the date printed on the face of the pass for an unlimited 
number of rides on the transit system between the stations or 
within the area designated on the face of the pass; and 

(b) for a trip that begins before 2.00 a.m. on the day after the date 
printed on the face of the pass to the originating point of the 
holder of the pass. 

(2) Section 2 of the Regulation, as amended by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 110/91 and section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
214/92, is further amended by adding the following subsection: 

(21.1) A group pass shall not be sold more than thirty-one days 
in advance of the date printed on the face of the pass. O. Reg. 1 1/93, 
s. 1 (2). 

(3) Clauses 2 (26) (a) and (b) are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) on the date printed on the face of the pass for an unlimited 
number of rides on the transit system between the stations or 
within the area designated on the face of the pass; and 

(b) for a trip that begins before 2.00 a.m. on the day after the date 
printed on the face of the pass to the originating point of the 
holder of the pass. 

(4) Section 2 of the Regulation is further amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(26.1) A day pass shall not be sold more than thirty-one days 
in advance of the date printed on the face of the pass. O. Reg. 1 1/93, 

s. 1 (4). 

2. Section 5 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(8) An advance sale group pass or day pass shall be refunded at full 
value up to the date preceding the date printed on the face of the 
pass. O. Reg. 1 1/93, s. 2. 

Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority: 

L. H. Parsons 
Chair 

T. G. Smith 
Managing Director 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of December, 1992. 

5/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 12/93 

made under the 
PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

Made: November 27th, 1992 

Approved: January 14th, 1993 

Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 977 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Section 70 of Regulation 977 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "Deputy Minister, Human 
Resources Secretariat" wherever it appears and substituting in each 
case "Secretary of Management Board of Cabinet". 

Civil Service Commission: 

Valerie Gibbons 
Chair 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of November, 1992. 

5/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/93 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Made: January 14th. 1993 
Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 502/92 
(Fees for Certificates of Approval) 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 502/92 is amended by 
adding at the end "or the Crown". 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(2) Despite subsection (1), where the application relates to an 
amendment of a certificate for a waste management system the fee is 
$50. O.Reg. 13/93,5.2. 

5/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 14/93 

made under the 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 1 5th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 503/92 
(Fees for Certificates of Approval) 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 503/92 is amended by 
adding at the end "or the Crown". 

5/93 



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O. Reg. 15/93 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 235 

ONTARIO REGULATION 15/93 

made under the 

PESTICIDES ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 15th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 914 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

L Table 1 of Regulation 914 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

TABLE 1 
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ABSCO AEROSOLS, 26 WATERMAN AVE., TORONTO, ON M4B 1Y5 
AG TURF CHEMICALS, 62 ROEHAMPTON CT., KITCHENER, ON N2A 3L1 
AHM ATOCHEM CANADA INC., 700 THIRD AVE., OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5A3 

ALLIED CHEMICAL SERVICES, 5507- 1ST ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 

AMWAY OF CANADA LTD., BOX 5706, STATION "A", LONDON, ON N6A 4S5 

ADE SALAWU, B. COMM. ANTOBl INTERNATIONAL, P.O. BOX 86, STATION "D", TORONTO, ON M6P 3J5 

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ARCAN SECURITY LTD., 3 HAMPTONBROOK DR., WESTON, ON M9P 1A2 

ARTILIN CANADA INC., 716-1370 JOLIOT-CURIE, BOUCHER VILLE, PQ J4B 7L9 

BABSON BROS. CO. CANADA LTD., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 

CHORNEY CHEMICAL CO., 138 SUNRISE AVE., TORONTO, ON M4A 1B3 

CCL INDUSTRIES INC., 4 LANSING SQUARE, SUITE 1 10, WILLOWDALE, ON M2J 5A2 

CIBA-GEIGY DYES LTD.. 205 BOUCHARD BLVD., DORVAL, PQ H9S IBl 

CIBA-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV., 6860 CENTURY AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

CHEMAGRO LTD., 77 BELFIELD RD., ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

ICI CHIPMAN, BUSINESS ICI CAN., 400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 9910, STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

CHEVRON CHEMICAL CANADA LTD., 3228 SOUTH SERVICE RD., BURLINGTON, ON L7N 3H8 

COGHLAN'S GAS APPLIANCES LTD., 121 IRENE ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3T 4C7 

COPELAND LABORATORIES LTD., 41 RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 

COOPER MILLS LTD., R.R. #3, MADOC, ON KOK 2K0 

GARY'S LTD., 1555 INKSTER BLVD., WINNIPEG, MB R2X 1R2 

CASEY, JOHN S., 233 FREDERICK ST., P.O. BOX 515, KITCHNER, ON N2G 4A2 

CT CORP SYSTEM CANADA LTD., 141 LAURIER AVE. W., SUITE 1000, OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 

CAVALIER EQUESTRIAN SUPPLY, P.O. BOX 10, STRATFORD, ON 

PRODUITS VETERINAIRES DISPAR, 675 ST-PIERRE SUD, JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 

DJON ENTERPRISES LTD., P.O. BOX 551, MITCHELL, ON NOK INO 

DELL TECH CHEMICAL CORP., 13 ROUTLEDGE ST., HYDE PARK, ON NOM IZO 

HOLDEN, DAY, WILSON, 1300-33 YONGE ST., TORONTO, ON M5E ITl 

ELSCO CO., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 

FARNAM MARKETING INC., #700, 10104-103 AVENUE, EDMONTON, AB T5J 0H8 

FAIRFIELD CHEM. CAN.(1986) INC., 3900-1 155 DORCHESTER BLVD.W., MONTREAL, PQ H3B 3V2 

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TABLE I— Continued 

36 FID HNE, DONALD & CO., 1 336 SIR DAVID DR., OAKVILLE, ON L6J 6V5 

37 FLY FLY KING ENTERPRISES, P.O. BOX 1423, STN B, DOWNSVIEW, ON M3H 5W3 

38 FRN FERMENTA ANIMAL HEALTH CO., BOX 1061, GUELPH, ON NIH 6N1 

39 FTA FERMENTA ASC LTD., R.R.#3, LUCAN, ON NOM 2J0 

40 GAX GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 ATTWELL DR., REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 

41 GCC GENERAL CHEMICAL CO. CAN., 8363-128TH ST., SURREY, EC V3W4G1 

42 GDR DONALD R.GOOD, 1 0-2 1 CONCOURSE GATE, NEPEAN, ON K2E 7S4 

43 GIS GRIFFITH SADDLERY, 240 NORFOLK, STRATFORD, ON N5A 3Z2 

44 GRO GROWERS SUPPLY CO. LTD., 421 CAWSTON AVE., KELOWNA, BC VI Y 6Z1 

45 GRZ GREAT LAKES BIOCHEMICALS CAN., 17A-4630 DUFFERIN ST., TORONTO, ON M3H 5S4 

46 HAH HARRISONS & CROSSHELD CAN., 777 SUPERTEST RD., DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J 2M5 

47 HAU HARTZ CANADA INC., 1 125 TALBOT ST., ST. THOMAS, ON N5P 3W7 

48 HEN HENLEY CHEMICALS LTD., 420 HNCHDENE SQUARE, SCARBOROUGH, ON MIX 1C2 

49 HER GORDON BUCHAN, HERRIDGE TOLMIE, 1 1 6 ALBERT ST., OTTAWA, ON K 1 P 5G3 

50 HMF HAMMONDS FUEL ADDITIVES INC., P.O.BOX 28039, LONDON, ON N6H 5E1 

5 1 HOD HOFLAND, JOHN G. LTD., 6695 PACIFIC CIRCLE, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1 V6 

52 HON HOUSTON, ROBERT W., 6553 MISSISSAUGA RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N1A6 

53 HUB HUNTER BRAND MFG. LTD., 95 OUEST, RUE ST-ZOTIQUE, MONTREAL, PQ H2S IPl 

54 IBK ISKBIOTECHLTD., 108-931 COMMISSIONERS RD.E., LONDON, ON N5Z3H9 

55 ITT ITT INDUSTRIES OF CANADA LTD., T-D CENTRE BOX 138, TORONTO, ON M5K IHl 

56 JAK JACKSON, GRAHAM MARKS & CLERK, BOX 975, OTTAWA, ON K I P 5S7 

57 JFF JEFFERSON, C.H., 185 WILSHIRE AVE., OTTAWA. ON K2C 0E6 

58 JOH JOHNSON (S.C.) & SON LTD., 1 WEBSTER ST., BOX 520, BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5R1 

59 KAN KANE VETERINARY SUPPLY, 1 1619-145TH ST., EDMONTON, AB T5M 1 V9 

60 KEM KEMSAN INC., 462 TRAFALGAR RD., BOX 727, OAKVILLE, ON L6J5C1 

6 1 LEE LEGATE & TEDDER LTD., 35 OAK ST., WESTON, ON M9N 1 R9 

62 LMB LOW MURCHISON BARRISTERS, 141 LAURIER AVE., OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 

63 LTR LATTER, DAVID W., 22 QUEEN ANNE ROAD, TORONTO, ON M8X 1S9 

64 LWE LAW, E.G., 1 1 15-38TH AVE. S.W., CALGARY, AB T2T 2J3 

65 MAE MAHEU & MAHEU INC., 195-710 RUE BOUVIER, QUEBEC, PQ G2J 1C2 

66 MCA MACDONALD, AFFLECK & COOLIGAN, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, 

200 ELGIN ST., 1 ITH FLOOR, OTTAWA, ON K2P 1L5 

67 MIM MIMAR DISTRIBUTORS, 370 MAGNETIC DR., DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J 2C4 

68 MLO MILES LABORATORIES LTD., 77 BELFIELD RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 1G6 

69 MOL MONSANTO CANADA LTD., 350-44 1 MACLAREN, OTTAWA, ON K2P 2H3 

70 MYS MYSTOINC, 8500 9e AVENUE, MONTREAL, PQH1Z2Z5 

7 1 NIE NOVO NORDISK BIOINDUSTRIALS IN., 84 DURIE ST., TORONTO, ON M6S 3E8 

72 NTT NUTRITE INC., P.O. BOX 1000, 7005 TASCHEREAU BLVD., BROSSARD, PQ J4Z 3N2 

73 OGC OGILVIE & CO., 1 400 PRINCIPAL PLAZA, 1 0303 JASPER AVE., EDMONTON, AB T5J 3N6 

74 OGI OGILVIE, GLEN G. LTD., P.O. BOX 550, CALEDONIA, ON NOA 1 AG 

75 OLH OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. N., LETHBRIDGE. AB Tl J 4B2 

76 OLX OLYMPIC STAIN LTD., 197 14-96TH AVE., LANGLEY, BC V3A 4P8 

77 OSH OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, P.O. BOX 50, TORONTO, ON M5X 188 

78 PEL PENNWALT OF CANADA INC., 700 THIRD LINE, BOX 278, OAKVILLE, ON L6J5A3 

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TABLE 1— Continued 

79 PFF PFIZER C. & G. INC., 1 WILTON GROVE RD., P.O. BOX 2005, LONDON, ON N6A 4C6 

80 PLG PLANTPRODUCTSCO. LTD., 314 ORENDARD., BRAMPTON, ON L6TIG1 

8 1 PLU PLUS ENRG., 1 43 CHEMIN ST-DOMINIQUE, ST-PIE DE BAGOT, PQ JOH 1 WO 

82 PRT PARETO TRADING HOUSE LTD., 1780 - 1066 WEST HASTINGS ST., VANCOUVER, BC V6E 3X2 

83 PSI PET SCIENCE LTD., 240 CLARENCE ST., BRAMPTON, ON L6W IT4 

84 PUG PUROGUARD INSECTICIDES LTEE, 264 RUE QUERBES, DORION, PQ J7V 1J7 

85 RIE RICE, K.P., P.O. BOX 1 258, STONEY PLAIN, AB T2E 2G0 

86 ROR ROSS, FRANK T.& SONS LTD., BOX 248, WEST HILL, ON MIE4R5 

87 ROT RO-TYME CHEMICAL CORP. . 9 COMMERCE RD. , OR ANGEVILLE, ON L9W 3X5 

88 ROU ROUSSEL CANADA LTD., 4045 COTE VERTU, MONTREAL, PQ H4R 2E8 

89 SAF SANEX INC., 5 1 00-A TIMBERLEA BLVD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

90 SAJ SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 2200 YONGE ST., SUITE 1700, TORONTO, ON M4S 2C6 

91 SAU SAVOLITE CHEMICAL CO. LTD., 7901 PROGRESS WAY, DELTA, BC V4G 1A3 

92 SBL STANDARD BIOLOGICAL LABS., 310 BRUNEL RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z 2C2 

93 SFA SAFER AGRO-CHEM LTD., 6761 KIRKPATRICKCRES., R.R. #3, VICTORIA, BCV8X 3X1 

94 SHC STUART HOUSE CANADA LTD., 77 RIVALDA RD., WESTON, ON M9M 2M6 

95 SHU SHULTON, 55 LEEK CR., RICHMOND HILL, ON L4B 3B5 

96 SIE STIKEMAN, ELLIOTT, COMMERCE CT.W., STE. 1400, P.O. BOX 85, TORONTO, ON M5L 1 B9 

97 SMM SIMPLOT CHEMICAL CO. LTD., P.O. BOX 940, BRANDON, MB R7A6A1 

98 SMV SUMMER VILLE CUSTOM SPRAYING LT, R.R. #2, RD #37, OTTER VILLE, ON NOJ IRO 

99 SUH SUMITOMO CANADA LTD., 1 FIRST CANADIAN PLACE, SUITE 7010, P.O. BOX 258, TORONTO, ON M5X 1C8 

100 THS THOMAS, JOSEPH, c/o LOW MURCHISON, 141 LAURIER AVE.W., STE. 1000, OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 

101 TIS TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 2ND LINE RD. W., CAMPBELLVILLE, ON LOP IBO 

102 TNQ TENDER CORP. CANADA, 10-18 ALLIANCE BLVD., BARRIE, ON UM 5A5 

1 03 UAG UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, R.R. #2. DORCHESTER, ON NOL 1 G5 

104 UCB UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 RRST ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 

105 UNR UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL LTD., 25 ERB ST., BOX 250, ELMIRA, ON N3B 3A3 

106 use US BORAX & CHEM. CORP.. P.O. BOX 377, SURREY, BC V3T 5B6 

107 USR U.S.BORAX & CHEMICAL CORP., P.O.BOX 8090, LONDON, ON N6G 2B0 

108 VIN JACK VINCELLI INC., 5803 WESTMINISTER, MONTREAL, PQ H4W 2J9 

1 09 VIR VIRCHEM CANADA INC., 1 02- 1 5 1 RANDALL ST., OAK VILLE, ON L6J 1 P5 

1 10 WAL WATKINS INC., 30-5 SCURHELD BLVD., WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G3 

1 1 1 WDD WOODWARD & DICKERSON LTD., 1 14-100 PARK ROYAL S., N. VANCOUVER, BC V7T 1 A2 

112 WIC WIN CHEMICALS & EQUIPMENT LTD., 1295 EGLINTON AVE E., UNIT #11, MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W3E6 

1 1 3 WIL WILSON LABORATORIES INC., 36 HEAD ST., DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

114 ZOD ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY COURT, WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 

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238 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 15/93 

2. Table 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

TABLE 2 
INDEX OF REGISTRANfT CODES 
ABBOTT LABORATORIES LTD., CHEMICAL & AGRIC. PRODUCTS DIV, P.O. BOX 6150, MONTREAL, PQ H3C 3K6 
ABELL WACO LTD., 246 ATTWELL DR., REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 
ABBOTT LABORATORIES, 1401 SHERIDAN RD., NORTH CHICAGO, IL 60064 USA 
ADVANCE LABORATORIES LTD., 550 WINDMILL RD., DARTMOUTH, NS B3B 1B3 
ALFA-LAVAL AGRI, 2020 HSHER DR., PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7B7 
AGBIOCHEM INC., 3 FLEETWOOD CRT, ORINDA, CA 94563 USA 
AGROLINZ INC., 100-1655 KIRBY PARKWAY, MEMPHIS, TN 38120 USA 

8 AGV AG-SER VICES INC., 1 1 6 KENPARK AVE., BRAMPTON, ON L6Z 3J8 

9 AHB ACCESSORIES HUNTER BRAND, 95 RUE ST. ZOTIQUE, OUEST, MONTREAL, PQ H2S 1 P 1 

10 AIG AIR GUARD CONTROL INC., 26 WATERMAN AVE., TORONTO, ON M4B 1 Y5 

1 1 ALC NALCO CANADA INC., 1055 TRUMAN ST., BOX 5002, BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Y9 

1 2 ALS ALLIED CHEMICAL SERVICES, 5507- 1 ST ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1 H9 

1 3 ALT ALSI CIE LTEE, 1 50 RUE SEIGNEURIALE, C.P. 5040, BEAUPORT, PQ G 1 E 6B3 

14 AMR AMERIBROM INC., 52 VANDERBILT AVE., NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA 

15 AMV AMVAC CHEMICAL CORP., 4100 E. WASHINGTON BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CA 90023 USA 

16 AMW AMWAY CORP., 7575 E. FULTON RD., ADA, MI 49355 USA 

17 AMX ANIMAX, 69 BESSEMER RD., UNIT 27, LONDON, ON N6E 2V6 

1 8 ANI ARI INC., P.O. BOX 999, GRIFFIN, GA 30224 USA 

1 9 APA APA DIV. S ANOn ANIMAL HEALTH, 345 BLVD. LABBE NORD, VICTORIAVILLE, PQ G6P 1 B 1 

20 APB APPLIED BIOCHEMISTS INC., 6120 WEST DOUGLAS AVE., MILWAUKEE, WI 53218 USA 

2 1 ARR AIRRIGATION ENGINEERING CO., P.O. BOX H, CARMEL VALLEY, CA 93924 USA 

22 AST ASTRAL INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS LTD., R.R. #2 NORTH INTERVALE, BOYLSTON, NS BOH IGO 

23 ATC ATKEMIX INC., P.O. BOX 1085, BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5T2 

24 ATD ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA DECCO, 1713 S.CALIFORNIA AVE., MONROVIA, CA 91016-0120 USA 

25 ATK ATAKIENTERPRISESINCP.O. BOX 1631, ST. LAURENT, PQH4L4Z2 

26 ATX ATCO MANUFACTURING CORP., 5-39 RIVIERA DR., MARKHAM, ON L3R 8N4 

27 AUL LABORATORIES AUSTIN CAN., C.P. 249, JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z6 

28 AVC AVITROL CORP., 7644 E. 46TH ST., TULSA, OK 74145 USA 

29 AVM AVMOR LTD., 433 RUE STE-HELENE, MONTREAL, PQ H2Y 2L1 

30 A YC AMERICAN CYANAMID CO., 697 ROUTE 46, CLIFTON, NJ 0701 5 USA 

3 1 AZO AKZO ZOUT CHEMIE NEDERLAND BV, MARKETING GROEP AMSTERDAM, 

JAMES WATTSTRAAT 100, POSTBUS 4080, AMSTERDAM 1009 AB THE NETHERLANDS 

32 BAI BAIRD&MCGUIRECAN. LTD.,445-21STAyp.,LACHINE,PQH8S3T8 

33 BAT BARTLETT, N.M. INC., 93 1 BARTLETT RD., BOX 490, BEAMSVILLE, ON LOR IBO 

34 BAX BAYVET DIV. CHEMAGRO LTD., 77 BELRELD RD.. ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

35 BAZ BASF CANADA INC., REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 345 CARLINGVIEW DR., TORONTO, ON M9W 6N9 

36 BBE B.B. EXTERMINATION INC., 1200-1 16IEME RUE, SHAWINIGAN-SUD, PQ G9P 3B6 

37 BBM BURLINGTON SCIENTIHC CORP., 222 SHERWOOD AVE, FARMINGDALE, NY 1 1735-1718 USA 

38 BDC BRENTDALE CHEMICALS, 41 RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 

39 BDI BLUE DIAMOND EXT. CO. INC., ROUTE 2, BOX 1322, ROGERSVILLE, TN 37857 USA 

40 BDN POKON & CHRYSAL, THIERENSWEG 10-12, NAARDEN, 141 1 EX THE NETHERLANDS 

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TABLE 2— Continued 

4 1 BEH BEE MAID HONEY LTD., 625 ROSEBERRY ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3H 0T4 

42 BEN BENJAMIN MOORE & CO. LTD., 1 39 MULOCK AVE., TORONTO, ON M6N 1G9 

43 BIC BIRD CONTROL INTERNATIONAL, P.O. BOX 1 2, MACEDONIA, OH 44056 USA 

44 BIE BIKOE MANUFACTURING CO., 392 QUEEN ST. E., TORONTO, ON M5A IT3 

45 BIP BIOCHEM PRODUCTS, P.O. BOX 264, MONTCHANIN, DELAWARE 197 10 USA 

46 BLL BELL LABORATORIES INC., 3699 KINSMAN BLVD., MADISON, WI 53704 USA 

47 BOY BOYLE-MIDWAY CANADA LTD., 2 WICKMAN RD., TORONTO, ON M8Z 5M5 

48 BRA BRODI CHEMICALS LTD., 7453 VICTORIA PARK, MARKHAM, ON L3R 2Y2 

49 BRI BRISSON, DENIS INC., 587 CHEMIN LEROCQUE, VALLEYHELD, PQ J6T 4C9 

50 BRX BIRD-S INC., 730 WEST LAKE ST., CHICAGO, IL 60606 USA 

5 1 BUL BUCKMAN LABS OF CANADA LTD., 35 1 JOESPH-CARRIER BLVD. VAUDREUIL, PQ J7V 5V5 

52 BUX BURTON'S SANITATION LTD., 661 MONTREAL ST., BOX 421, KINGSTON, ON K7L 4W2 

53 CAA PRODUITS CADILLAC LTEE, 1 1 60 RUE TAILLON, QUEBEC, PQ G 1 N 4M 1 

54 CAI CANADA PACKERS INC., RNE CHEMICALS DIVISION, 5 1 00 TIMBERLEA BLVD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

55 CAO CANADIAN ADHESIVES LTD., 420 MARIEN AVE., MONTREAL EAST, PQ H 1 B 4V6 

56 CAT CANTOL LTD., 199 STEELCASE RD., P.O. BOX 2400. DON MILLS, ON M3C 2T9 

57 CAX HOECHST CANADA INC., 900-155 QUEEN ST., OTTAWA, ON KIP 6L1 

58 CAY CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL CHEM., 660 LEPINE AVE., DOR VAL, PQ H9P I G2 

59 CBC CANADIAN SALTHSH CORP., P.O. BOX 9440, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND A1A2Y3 

60 CBE CANADIAN TIRE CORP. LTD., P.O.BOX 770, TORONTO, ON M4P 2V8 

61 CBL CARDEL PRODUCTS LTD., BOX 126, BRAMPTON, ON L6V 2K7 

62 CEK SHELL AGRAR GMBH & CO. KG, KONRAD-ADENAUER-STR. 30, 

P.O.BOX 300, INGLEHEIM/RHEIN, D-6507 FED REP GERMANY 

63 CER CERTIFIED LAB. PRODUCTS, DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 239 ORENDA RD., BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1 E6 

64 CEV CEVA LABORATORIES INC., 610-7101 COLLEGE BLVD., OVERLAND PARK, KS 66210 USA 

65 CGC CIBA-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV., 6860 CENTURY AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

66 CGD CIBA-GEIGY CORP., DYESTUFFS & CHEMICAL DIV., P.O. BOX 1 1422, GREENSBORO, NC 27409 USA 

67 CGH COOPERS AGROPHARM INC., 695 WESTNEY RD.S., P.O.BOX 430, AJAX, ON LIS 3C5 

68 CGL CARGILLLTD.,300-240GRAHAMAVE., BOX 5900, WINNIPEG, MB R3C4C5 

69 CHC CHEMPARA CORP. LTD., P.O. BOX 1 201 , STATION "B ', MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Y 3 W5 

70 CHD CHAPMAN CHEMICAL LTD., 4 1 6 EAST BROOKS RD., P.O.BOX 9158, MEMPHIS, TN 38 1 09 US A 

71 CHG MOB A Y CORP., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIV., 

P.O. BOX 4913, 8400 HAWTHORN ROAD, KANSAS CITY, MO 64120 USA 

72 CHH CHEMAGRO LTD., 77 BELHELD RD., ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

73 CHM CHEMPAR CHEMICAL CO. INC., DIV. OF LIPHA CHEMICALS, 3101 W.CUSTER AVE., MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 USA 

74 CHP ICI CH1PMAN,BUSINESS ICI CAN., 400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 9910, STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

CHEVRON CHEMICAL CANADA LTD., 3228 SOUTH SERVICE RD., BURLINGTON, ON L7N 3H8 

COGHLAN'S LTD., 12 1 IRENE ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3T 4C7 

COCHRAN CORPORATION, 2227 DEADRICK AVE., MEMPHIS, TN 381 14 USA 

CLINE BUCKNER INC., SUBSIDIARY WATERBURY INC. CO., 
P.O.BOX 640, 100 CALHOUN ST., INDEPENDENCE, LA 70443 USA 

CLEARY (W.A.) CHEMICAL CORP., 1049 SOMERSET ST., P.O. BOX 10, SOMERSET, NJ 08873 USA 

CHEMFREE ENVIRONMENT INC., 16763 HYMUS BLVD., KIRKLAND, PQ H9H 3L4 

CANADIAN MILL SUPPLY CO. LTD., 451 ELLESMERE RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON MIR 4E5 

CONKLIN COMPANY INC., 5256 VALLEY INDUSTRIAL S., BOX 155, SHAKOPEE, MN 55379 USA 

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240 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 15/93 

TABLE 2— Continued 

83 CNP CONSTRUCTION PRODUCT DIST.SERV, 219 CONNIE CRES., UNIT 14, CONCORD, ON L4K 1L4 

84 COS COPELAND LABORATORIES LTD., 4 1 RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 

85 CPB COPPER BRITE INC., 1482 E. VALLEY RD., #29, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108-1241 USA 

86 CRS CREATIVE SALES INC., P.O. BOX 501, 222 NO. PARK AVE., FREMONT, NE 68025 USA 

87 CSB CASA BERNARDO LTDA., AV. ANA COSTA 482/484 9.0 AND., SANTOS-SAO PAULO, CEP. 1 1060 BRAZIL 

88 CSM CONSUMER CHEMICAL CONROS CORP., 1190 BIRCHMOUNT ROAD, SCARBOROUGH, ON M1P2B8 

89 CUB CUPRINOLKORIZITELTD.,P.O. BOX I175,GUELPH,ONNIH6N3 

90 CUP CURRIE PRODUCTS LTD., 350 WENTWORTH ST. N., HAMILTON, ON L8L 5W3 

9 1 CUQ CUPRINOL CANADA ( 1 986) LTD., 4 1 BATES RD., OUTREMONT, PQ H2V 1 A6 

92 CVO CHEVRON CHEMICAL CO., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIV., P.O.BOX 5047, SAN RAMON, CA 94583 USA 

93 CYC CYANAMID CANADA INC., 88 MCNABB ST., MARKHAM, ON L3R 6E6 

94 DAB DARLING & BRADY LTD., 200 WICKSTEED AVE., TORONTO, ON M4G2B6 

95 DAL DAVIS & LAWRENCE, 420 BEAVERDALE RD.. CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2W4 

96 DEA DEANE & CO., DIV. OF ISBRU CO. LTD., 190 ONEIDA DR., POINTE CLAIRE, PQ H9R 1 A8 

97 DEG DEGESCH AMERICA INC., 275 TRIANGLE DR., P.O. BOX 1 1 6, WEYERS CAVE, VA 24486 USA 

98 DEP DENALT PAINTS LTD., 601 RIVERMEDE RD., CONCORD, ON L4K 2G8 

99 DFT DRAFT ENTERPRISES LTD., 912 STRATHCONARD., EAST SELKIRK, MB ROE OMO 

1 00 DIM DIACHEM INDUSTRIES LTD., 312-1 285 WEST BROADWAY, VANCOUVER, BC V6H 3Z9 

101 DIS PRODUITS VETERINAIRES DISPAR, 675 ST-PIERRE SUD, JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 

102 DIT DITCHLING CORP. LTD., P.O. BOX 395, DON MILLS, ON M3C 2S7 

103 DIV DIVERSEY INC., 2645 ROYAL WINDSOR DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5J ILl 

104 DOL DOMINION VETERINARY LABS., BOX 3506, STN. B, WINNIPEG, MB R2W 3R4 

105 DOO DOMTAR CHEMICALS LTD., WOOD PRESERVING DIVISON, C/0 RESEARCH CENTRE, 

P.O.BOX 300, SENNEVILLE, PQ H9X 3L7 

106 DOW DOW CHEMICAL OF CANADA LTD., P.O. BOX 1012, MODELAND RD., SARNIA, ON N7T 7K7 

107 DRX DREXEL CHEMICAL CO., 2487 PENNSYLVANIA ST., P.O. BOX 9306, MEMPHIS, TN 38 1 09 USA 

108 DTC DRUG TRADING CO. LTD., 1960 EGLINTON AVE. E., BOX 335, STATION "A ", SCARBOROUGH, ON MIK 5C1 

109 DUC DUCHESNEAU & HLS INC., 1370 BORD-DE-L'EAU, STE-DOROTHEE, LAVAL, PQ H7Y 1C4 

1 1 DUG DUTCH COATING SYSTEMS LTD., 38 CARNFORTH RD., TORONTO, ON M4A 2K9 

1 1 1 DUP SOLVAY DUPHAR B.V., P.O.BOX 4, GRAVELAND, 1243 ZG'S THE NETHERLANDS 

1 1 2 DUQ DU PONT CANADA INC. , BOX 2300, STREETSVILLE, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2J4 

1 1 3 DWE DOWELANCO CANADA INC., 1 7705 LESLIE ST., NEWMARKET, ON L3 Y 3E3 

1 14 EAT EATON, J.T. & CO. LTD., 1393 E. HIGHLAND RD., TWINSBURG, OH 44087 USA 

115 EDS ENDURA S.P.A., 5 VIALEPIETRAMELLARA, BOLOGNA, 40121ITALY 

116 EGC E.N.G. LABORATORIES INC., P.O. BOX 789, WATERLOO, PQ JOZ 2N0 

1 1 7 ELA ELI LILLY AND COMPANY, 3650 DANFORTH AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ON M 1 N 2E8 

118 ELS ELSCO CO., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 

1 19 EMA EMERY CHEMICALS LTD., 601-365 EVANS AVE., TORONTO, ON M8Z 1K2 

120 EMO EMPIRE INTERNATIONAL, P.O. BOX 695, STREETSVILLE POSTAL STATION, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2C2 

121 ESL ESSO CHEMICAL CANADA, 471 1 YONGE ST., NORTH YORK, ON M2N 6K8 

122 FAR FARNAM COMPANIES, C/O BROTHERTON & ASSOCIATES, 120 MEADOW LANE, LAKE DALLAS, TX 75065 USA 

1 23 FEM FERMENTA ANIMAL HEALTH COMPANY, 

BOX 901350, 10150 N EXECUTIVE HILLS BLVD, KANSAS CITY, MO 64190 USA 

1 24 FFA FAIRRELD AMERICAN CORP., 809 HARRISON ST., FRENCHTOWN, NJ 08825 USA 

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1 25 FLE FLEXO PRODUCTS NIAGARA LTD., 4777 KENT AVE., NIAGARA FALLS, ON L2H 1J5 

1 26 FLF FLORALIFE INC., C/O HORTICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES, 24 1 SHOEMAKER ST., KITCHENER, ON N2E 3B3 

127 FMC FMC CORP., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL DIV., 1735 MARKET ST., PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103 USA 

1 28 FOF FOSSIL FLOWER NAT. BUG CONTROL, c/o CIB A-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV., 

6860 CENTURY AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

1 29 FPM FOREST PEST MANAGEMENT INST., CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE, 

P.O. BOX 490, SAULT STE-MARIE, ON P6A 5M7 

1 30 FRT FERMENTA ASC CORP., 5966 HEISLEY RD., P.O. BOX 8000, MENTOR, OH 4406 1 -8000 USA 

1 3 1 FUB FULLER BRUSH CO., C/O AVMOR LTEE., 433 STE-HELENE, MONTREAL, PQ H2Y 2L1 

132 GAP GARDO PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 1 00, WATERLOO, PQ JOE 2N0 

133 GAX GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 ATTWELL DR., REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 

134 GCP GREEN CROSS PRODUCTS, 6860 CENTURY AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

135 GET GAMETRICS LTD., COLONY (WYOMING) ROUTE, ALZADA, MT 5931 1 USA 

136 GHC GIBSON-HOMANS OF CANADA LTD., 2540 RENARD.,MALTON, ON L4Y3C9 

137 GPB GP CHEMICALS SPECIALTY LTD., 6- 1 40 MIDWEST RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON M 1 P 3B3 

138 GRA GREENLEAF GARDEN SUPPLIES, 4612 DAWSON ST., P.O. BOX 82338, BURNABY, BC V5C 5P8 

139 GRB GREAT LAKES BIOCHEMICALS CO., 6120 W. DOUGLAS AVE., MILWAUKEE, WI 53218 USA 

140 GRC GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORP., P.O. BOX 2200, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 47906 USA 

141 GRG GREER (W.E.) LTD., 14704-1 19TH AVE., EDMONTON, AB T5L 2P1 

142 GRH G&RCHEM1CALS,34-585WENTW0RTHST. E.,0SHAWA,0NL1H3V8 

143 GRN GRIFHN CORP., BOX 1847, VALDOSTA,GA 31601 USA 

144 GRO GROWERS SUPPLY CO. LTD., 421 CAWSTON AVE., KELOWNA, BC VI Y 6Z1 

145 GRX GAROX CHEMICALS INC., R.R. # 1 , CALEDONIA, ON NOA I AO 

146 GUS GUSTAFSON INC.. 1400 PRESTON RD., SUITE 400, PLANO, TX USA 

147 HAC HAGEN, ROLF C.,INC., 3225 RUE SARTELON, MONTREAL, PQ H4R 1 E8 

1 48 HAU HARTZ CANADA INC., 1 1 25 TALBOT ST., ST. THOMAS, ON N5P 3W7 

149 HMM HAMMONDS FUEL ADDITIVES INC.. C/O DELL TECH LABS LTD., 13 ROUTLEDGE ST., HYDE PARK, ON NOM IZO 

150 HOH HOME HARDWARD STORES LTD., 34 HENRY ST. W., ST. JACOBS, ON NOB 2N0 

1 5 1 HOK HACCO INC., P.O. BOX 7 1 90, MADISON, Wl 53707 USA 

152 HOS SOLIGNUM INC., 1785 FORTIN BLVD., LAVAL, PQ H7S IPl 

153 HOW HOWDEN, D.H. & CO. LTD., PRO-HARDWARE, 635 SOUTHDALE RD., P.O. BOX 2485, LONDON, ON N6A 4G8 

1 54 HRY HOUSEHOLD RENTAL SYSTEMS, DIV OF BOYLE-MIDWAY LTD, 525 ABILENE DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 2H7 

155 HVW HILLVIEW FARMS LTD., P.O.BOX 1 148, WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 8P6 

156 lAl INT AGRA INC., 8500 PILLSBURY AVE.S., MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55420 USA 

157 ICC HOT FOOT INTERNATIONAL PTY. LT, 1 17 CHURCH ST., HAWTHORN, VICTORIA 3122 AUSTRALIA 

158 ICI ICI AMERICAS INC., P.O.BOX 935 1 , STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 4S 1 

159 ILD INLAND ALCARE JANITOR SUPPLIES, 10916-1 19 ST.. EDMONTON, AB T5H 3P4 

1 60 IMK INTERMARKET INDUSTRIES LTD., P.O. BOX 58206, STN "L", VANCOUVER. BC V6P 6E3 

161 IMT IMPREGNATED TAPES LTD., LOWER PENARWYN, ST. BLASEY, PAR, CORNWALL PL24 2DS ENGLAND 

1 62 INH INSECTA RESEARCH CORP. ( 1986), 26A-2340 CHEMIN LUCERNE, MOUNT-ROYAL, PQ H3R 2J8 

163 INM INTERCHEM INC., 101 E. lOTH ST., P.O. BOX 231, ALTON, lA 51003 USA 

164 INN INSECTO ENR., 143 CHEMIN ST-DOMINIQUE, ST-PIE DE BAGOT, PQ JOH 1 WO 

165 INP INTERNATIONAL PAINTS CAN., 

19500 TRANS-CANADA HWY., P.O. BOX 20, STE. ANNE DE BELLEVUE, PQ H9X 3L4 

1 66 INT INTERPROVINCIAL CO-OP LTD., 945 MARION ST., WINNIPEG, MB R2J 0K7 

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1 67 IPI I.PI.CI. INDUSTRIA PRODOTTI CH, VIA F BELTRAMI 1 1 , 20026 NOVATE MILANESE, MILAN, ITALY 

168 ISK ISK BIOTECH CORP., 5966 HEISLEY RD., P.O.BOX 8000, MENTOR, OH 44061-8000 USA 

169 JAN JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA, ANIMAL HEALTH DIV., 1 -6705 MILLCREEK DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 5R9 

170 JOC JONES, M.F.J., 61 HORNCHURCH CRES., MARKHAM, ON L3R 7C5 

171 JOH JOHNSON (S.C.) & SON LTD., 1 WEBSTER ST., BOX 520, BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5R1 

172 JOL JOHN LIM CO.(THE), 1285 ST. MARY'S AVE., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5E IH8 

173 KCD KINCAID ENTERPRISES INC., BOX 549, NITRO.WV 25143 USA 

1 74 KEK KEM MANUFACTURING CAN. LTD., 6660 CAMPOBELLO RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2L9 

175 KEM KEMSAN INC., 462 TRAFALGAR RD. BOX 727, OAKVILLE, ON L6J5C1 

176 KIN KING PESTICIDE LTD., P.O. BOX 99, CAMPBELLVILLE, ON LOP 1 BO 

177 KVL K-VET LABORATORIES LTD., 420 BEAVERDALE RD., CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2W4 

178 LAI LAMB NATURALFLOW INC., P.O. BOX 368, RTE. 49, BERNHARDS BAY, NY 1 3208 USA 

179 LAK LAMBERT KAY, DIV. OF CARTER-WALLACE INC., P.O. BOX 1418, CRANBURY, NJ 08512-0187 USA 

1 80 LAT LATER CHEMICALS LTD. , 1 2080 HORSESHOE WAY, RICHMOND, BC V7 A 4 V5 

1 8 1 LAV SOCIETE CHIMIQUE LAURENTIDE, 4660- 1 2IEME A VE.,C.P.367, SHAWINIGAN-SUD, PQ G9N 6V2 

182 LEG LEPAGE'S LTD., 50 WEST DR., BRAMALEA, ON L6T 2J4 

183 LEO LEMOINE TROPICA INC., 4605 HICKMORE, ST. LAURENT, PQH4T I S5 

1 84 LEW LEWIS CATTLE OILER CO. LTD., BOX 250, OAK LAKE, MB ROM IPO 

1 85 Lie LIQUID CARBONIC CANADA LTD., 255 BRIMLEY RD., SCARBOROUGH, ON M I M 3J2 

186 LIN LINTON, THOMAS H., 48 FARMCREST DR., AGINCOURT, ON MIT 1B9 

187 LIO LION INSECTICIDE CO. LTD., 22- 1 FUKUSHIMA 7 CHOME, FUKUSHIMA-KU, OSAKA 553 JAPAN 

188 LNG LANGFORD INC., 400 MICHENER RD., GUELPH, ON NIK 1E4 

189 LOR LORRAIN, LEO LABS ENGR., 6151 IRWIN ST., LASALLE. PQ H8N lAl 

1 90 LPH LIPH ATECH INC., 3600 WEST ELM ST., MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 US A 

191 MAH MAGNACHEM LTD., 6224-29TH ST. S.E., CALGARY, ABT2C 1W3 

192 MAR MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 204, GALT-CAMBRIDGE, ON N1R5S9 

193 MAZ PRODUITS MARCO LTEE., C/0 1000 BOUL. INDUSTRIEL, CHAMBLY, PQ J3L 3H9 

194 MBE PRODUITS MARQUETTE, 623 RUE LE BRETON, L0NGUEUIL,PQJ4G1R9 

195 MBS MATSON(E.M.)JR. CO., 7808-8TH AVE. S., SEATTLE, WA 98108 USA 

196 MBY MAY & BAKER CANADA INC., C/0 RHONE-POULENC INC.. 

2000 ARGENTIA RD., PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1V9 

197 MEC MSD AGVET, DIV. OF MERCK FROSST CANADA IN, P.O. BOX 1005, POINTE CLAIRE-DORVAL, PQ H9R 4P8 

198 MEL MEL'S ENTERPRISES, P.O. BOX 2339, STN. C, DOWNSVIEW, ON M3N 2V8 

199 MEM MELNOR MANUFACTURING LTD., 80 MORTON AVE. E., BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5T3 

200 MER MERZAT IND., DIV. OF ATLAS CHEMICAL CORP., P.O. BOX 141, CEDAR RAPIDS, lA 52406 USA 

201 MGK MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING CO., 8810-lDTH AVE. N., MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55427-4732 USA 

202 MIF ROCHESTER MIDLAND CHEMICALS, 85 1 PROGRESS COURT., P.O. BOX 486, OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5A8 

203 MKA MAKHTESHIM-AGAN (AM.) INC., 245 HFTH AVE., SUITE 1901, NEW YORK, NY 10016 USA 

204 MKS MARKS (A.H.) & CO. LTD., WYKE BRADFORD, WEST YORKSHIRE, BD 1 2 9EJ ENGLAND 

205 MLS MILES LABORATORIES INC., HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS DIV., 7 1 23 W. 65TH ST., CHICAGO, IL 60638 USA 

206 MMN 3M CANADA INC., HEALTH CARE PROD. & SER. DIV., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MANAG, 

P.O. BOX 5757, LONDON, ON N6A 4T1 

207 MNY MOONEY CHEMICALS INC., 2301 SCRANTON RD., CLEVELAND, OH 441 13 USA 

208 MOM MOTOMCO LTD., P.O.BOX 8422, MADISON, WI 53708 USA 

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209 MOX MONSANTO CANADA INC., STREETSVILLE P.O. BOX 787, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2G4 

210 MRR MR. ROACHKILLER INC., R.R.#2, ACTON, ON L7J 2L8 

211 MRZ MARZONE CHEMICALS LTD. , 9 MEYERS LANE, NORTH YORK, ON M2M 1 P7 

212 MTK MANTEK, DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 245 ORENDA RD., BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E7 

2 1 3 MUB MULCO INC., 2433 SIR WILFRID LAURIER, ST-HUBERT, PQ J4T 3K3 

214 NAC NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH OF CAN., DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 245 ORENDA RD., BRAMALEA, ON L6T 1E7 

215 NCR NIAGARA CHEMICAL, DIVISION OF MAY & BAKER, 1274 PLAINS RD. E., BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Z1 

216 NID NOVO NORDISK A/S, NOVO ALLE, BAGSVAERD, 2880 DENMARK 

217 NIL NITRAGIN, DIV. LIPHA CHEMICALS INC., 3101 W. CUSTER AVE., MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 USA 

2 1 8 NOQ NOR-AM CHEMICAL CO., 3509 SILVERSIDE RD., BOX 7495, WILMINGTON, DE 1 9803 USA 

219 NOW ABITIBI-PRICE INC., NORTHERN WOOD PRESERVERS DIV., P.O. BOX 2990, THUNDER BAY, ON P7B 5G5 

220 NOX NOXALL PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 33882, VANCOUVER, EC V6J 4L7 

22 1 NOZ NOXELL (CANADA) CORP., 3333 UNITY DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 3T3 

222 NUX HULS CANADA INC., 235 ORENDA RD., BRAMPTON, ON L6T1E6 

223 OLH OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. N.,LETHBRIDGE,AB TI J 4B2 

224 OLY OLYMPIC STAIN, DIV. OF CLOROX CO., 1 1 4 1 N.W. 50th ST., SEATTLE, WA 98 1 07 USA 

225 ONA ONTARIO AQUAFOODS LTD., DIV. OF WILSON LABS INC., 36 HEAD ST., DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

226 ORB ORBIT CHEMICAL SPECIALITIES, 1 -4500 SHEPPARD AVE. E., SCARBOROUGH, ON M 1 S 3R6 

227 ORM ORMOND VETERINARY SUPPLY, 574 SHAVER RD., BOX 7424, ANCASTER, ON L9G 4G4 

228 OSD OSMOSE-PENTOX INC., 1 080 PRATT AVE., MONTREAL, PQ H2V 2V2 

229 PEF PECTEN CHEMICALS, P.O. BOX 4407, HOUSTON, TX 772 1 USA 

230 PEI ROUSSEL BIO CORP., 1 70 BEAVERBROOK RD., LINCOLN PARK, NJ 07035 USA 

231 PEJ PENWALT CORP., DECCO TILTBELT, 

1713 CALIFORNIA AVE. S., P.O. BOX 120, MONROVIA, CA 91016-0120 USA 

232 PEK PENNWALT CORP., AGCHEM DIV./DECCO DIV., THREE PARKWAY, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19102 USA 

233 PEN PESTROY CHEMICAL CO. LTD., 1655 EDOUARD LAURIN BLVD., MONTREAL, PQ H4L 2B6 

234 PEO PESTCON SYSTEMS INC., 302-551 1 CAPITAL CENTER DR., RALEIGH, NC 27606 USA 

235 PEV PETRUNKA, MARY, 6-2643 EAST ARTHUR ST., THUNDER BAY, ON P7E 5P5 

236 PFE PFIZER CANADA INC., 1 7300 TRANS CANADA HWY., P.O. BOX 800, POINTE CLAIRE-DOR VAL, PQ H9R 4V2 

237 PFF PnZER C. & G. INC., 1 WILTON GROVE RD., P.O. BOX 2005, LONDON, ON N6A 4C6 

238 PFP PROFESSIONAL PET PRODUCTS, 1 873 N.W. 97TH AVE., ML\MI, FL 33 1 72 USA 

239 PGH SCHERING-PLOUGH HEALTHCARE PRO, 6400 NORTHAM, MISSISSAUGA, ON L4V 1 J ! 

240 PHY PHILLIPS YEAST PRODUCTS LTD., PARK ROYAL RD., LONDON, NWIO 7JX ENGLAND 

241 PIC PIC CORP., 23 S. ESSEX AVE., ORANGE, NJ 07050 USA 

242 PIR PRODUITS P.I.P. INC., 272 1 PLAMONDON, LONGUEUIL, PQ J4L I S 1 

243 PLB PLANTABBS CORP., 16 W.AYLESBURY RD., P.O.BOX 397, TIMONIUM,MD 21093 USA 

244 PLG PLANTPRODUCTSCO. LTD., 314 ORENDA RD., BRAMPTON, ON L6T1G1 

245 PLU PLUS ENRG., 143 CHEMIN ST-DOMINIQUE, ST-PIE DE BAGOT, PQ JOH 1 WO 

246 POP POULIN, N.L. LTD., 24 MARION PLACE, WINNIPEG, MB R2H 0S9 

247 POS POLE SPRAYERS OF CAN. LTD., 980 ELLICOTT ST., BUFFALO, NY 1 4209 USA 

248 PPC PET PRODUCTS CO., BOX 28 1 , HAMILTON, ON L8N 3C8 

249 PSF POSITIVE FORMULATORS INC., 1044 N. JERRIE AVE., TUCSON, AZ 8571 1 USA 

250 PUG PUROGUARD INSECTICIDES LTEE, 264 RUE QUERBES, DORION, PQ J7V I J7 

251 PVU P.V.U. INC., 345 BOUL.LABBE, VICTORIA VILLE, PQG6P IB 1 

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252 PYR PYRETHRUM BOARD OF KENYA, P.O. BOX 420, NAKURU, KENYA 

253 QHP QUALITY HOME PRODUCTS, 221 HANLAN RD., SUITE #1 , WOODBRIDGE, ON L4L 1 A8 

254 QUA QUALITY CHEMICAL MFG. CO., 215 DOLOMITE DR., DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J2N1 

255 RAB RID-A-BIRD INC., P.O.BOX 436, WILTON, lA 52778 USA 

256 RAK RALSTON PURINA CANADA INC., WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 7X5 

257 RAL RALSTON PURINA CANADA INC., 5 17 ST-PATRICK, LASALLE, PQ H8N 1 V2 

258 RAW RAWLEIGH W.T. CO. LTD., 1 897-32ND AVE., LACHINE, PQ H8T 3J 1 

259 RBN A.M. ROBINS CANADA INC., 2360 SOUTHHELD RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5H 3R6 

260 RCR ROACH REMOVER INC., 2 1 5 MISSISSAUGA VALLEY BLVD., UNIT #9, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5A I Y7 

261 REC RECOCHEM INC., 131 EAST DR., BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1B5 

262 RER RELIABLE EXTERMINATORS LTD., 32 - 1730 MCPHERSON COURT, PICKERING, ON LIW 3E6 

263 RHQ RHONE POULENC CANADA INC., 2000 ARGENTIA RD., PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1 V9 

264 ROH ROHM & HAAS CANADA INC., 2 MANSE RD., WEST HILL, ON M 1 E 3T9 

265 ROK R.W. PACKAGING LTD., 1569 ORANGE ST., WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3B5 

266 ROP ROGAR/STB INC., P.O. BOX 1500, POINTE CLAIRE-DOR, PQ H9R 4R6 

267 ROR ROSS, FRANK T. & SONS LTD., BOX 248, WEST HILL, ON M 1 E 4R5 

268 RPC RESEARCH PRODUCTS CO., P.O. BOX 1460, SALINA, KS 67402-1460 USA 

269 RTI ROY TURK INDUSTRIAL SALES LTD., 2 1 TABER RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 3A7 

270 SAF SANEX INC., 5 100-A TIMBERLEA BLVD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

27 1 SAJ SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 2200 YONGE ST., SUITE 1700, TORONTO, ON M4S 2C6 

272 SAL SOLVAY ANIMAL HEALTH INC., 209 MANITOU DR., KITCHENER, ON N2C 1L4 

273 SAN SANFAX INDUSTRIES LTD., DIV. OF DIVERSEY INC., 2645 ROYAL WINDSOR DR., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5J ILl 

274 SAT SANITIZED INC., 57 LITCHHELD RD., P.O.BOX 221 1, NEW PRESTON. CT 06777 USA 

275 SAX SAXON SANITATION PRODUCTS, 60 SIGNET DR., WESTON, ON M9L 2Y4 

276 S AZ S ANDOZ LTD. , C/O ZOECON CORP. , 975 CALIFORNIA A VE. , PALO ALTO, C A 94303 US A 

277 SCO CONC. SCIENTIFIQUES BELISLE IN, 196 CH. DES PATRIOTES, ST. MATHIAS, PQ JOL 2G0 

278 SCR GRACE-SIERRA CROP PROTECTION C, lOOI YOSEMITE DR., P.O. BOX 4003, MILPITAS, CA 95035 USA 

279 SCT SCOTT (O.M.) & SONS, 14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD., MARYSVILLE, OH 43041 USA 

280 SCU SCHULTZ CO., P.O.BOX 173, 14090 RIVERPORT DR., MARYLAND HGTS., MO 63043 USA 

281 SDL GILLEX INC., P.O. BOX 333, STN. "R", TORONTO, ON M4G 4C3 

282 SDZ SANDOZ AGRO CANADA INC., SUITE 302, PLAZA 4, 2000 ARGENTIA RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N IWl 

283 SEM SEAL CHEMICAL CORP. CANADA LTD, BOX 1 03, WINNIPEG, MB R3C 2G 1 

284 SEX EXTERMINATION SILO INC., 264 QUERBES, DORION, PQ J7V 1J7 

285 SFR SAFER LTD., 465 MILNER AVE., UNIT 1, SCARBOROUGH, ON MIB 2K4 

286 SGT SERGEANT'S OF CANADA, A SUBSIDIARY OF CONAGRA, 100 SHEARSON CRES., CAMBRIDGE, ON NIT 1 J4 

287 SHM SHELL INT'L. CHEMICAL CO., AGROCHEMICALS DIV., SHELL CENTRE, LONDON, SEl 7PG ENGLAND 

288 SHT SHERMANTECH. CORP., PO BOX 691773, LOS ANGELES. CA 90069 USA 

289 SKM SASKEM MFG. LTD., 1305 HALIFAX ST., REGINA, SK S4R 1T9 

290 SMP SIMPLOT, J.R. CO., AGRICULTURAL CHEM DEPT., P.O. BOX 198, LATHROP, CA 95330 USA 

29 1 SNI SANOn SANTE ANIMAL CANADA INC, 275 SHELDON DRIVE, UNIT 8, CAMBRIDGE, ON NIT 1 A3 

292 STD STANCHEM INC., 43 JUTLAND RD., ETOBICOKE, ON M8Z 2G6 

293 STF STAUFFER AGRICULTURAL CHEM. CO., CONCORD PIKE & NEW MURPHY RD., WILMINGTON, DE 19897 USA 

294 STO STANLEYKEM INC., P.O. BOX 2099, CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2V6 

295 STQ STANHOME INC., 333 WESTERN AVE., WESTFIELD, MA 01085 USA 

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296 STV SOURCE TECHNOLOGY BIOLOGICALS I, 3355 HIAWATHA AVE. S., SUITE 122, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55406 USA 

297 SUA SUNBEAM CORP. (CANADA) LTD., 1040 ISLINGTON AVE., TORONTO, ON M8Z 4R5 

298 SUE SUPERCOENR., 2615 PLACE CHASSE, MONTREAL, PQ HI Y 2C3 

299 SUF SUNFRESH FOODS LTD., 22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E., TORONTO, ON M4T 2S8 

300 SUG SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO. LTD., INSECT CONTROL & RESEARCH INC.. 

1330 DILLON HEIGHTS AVE., BALTIMORE, MD 21228-1199 USA 

301 SUJ SUMITOMO CHEMICAL AMERICA INC., 345 PARK AVE., NEW YORK, NY 10154 USA 

302 SUX SUPER-X DRUGS, 15 TORBARRIE RD., DOWNSVIEW, ON M3L 3G6 

303 SWC SWIMCO CANADA INC., 40 MAIN ST. N., GEORGETOWN, ON L7G 3G8 

304 SWH SWISH MAINTENANCE LTD., 2060 FISHER DR., BOX 778, PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7A2 

305 TAF TANGLEFOOT CO. (THE), 3 14 STRAIGHT AVE. S.W., GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49504 USA 

306 TAS TAM O'SHANTER INDUSTRIES, 1303-105 AVE. S.W., CALGARY, AB T2W 0B5 

307 TEI TEXAS REFINERY CORP. OF CANADA, 25 INDUSTRIAL ST., P.O.BOX 70, TORONTO, ON M4G 1Z2 

308 TIR TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 980 ELLICOTT ST., BUFFALO, NY 14209 USA 

309 TNR TENDERCORP.,P.O.BOX290, INDUSTRIAL PARK, LITTLETON, NH 03561 USA 

3 1 TNS TENNESSEE CHEMICAL CO., 3400 PEACHTREE RD. N.E., ATLANTA, GA 30326 USA 

3 1 1 TOM TOMLYN PRODUCTS, 2285 E. LANDIS AVE., VINELAND, NJ 08360-2959 USA 

3 1 2 TRO TROJAN CHEMICALS, DIV. OF VALLEY CAMP LTD., 4 1 RACINE RD., REXDALE, ON M9W 2Z6 

313 TSB TRANSBAS INC., 1525 LOCKWOOD RD., P.O. BOX 957, BILLINGS, MT 59103 USA 

314 UAG UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, R.R. #2, DORCHESTER, ON NOL 1G5 . 

315 UCA UNION CARBIDE AG PRODUCTS, BOX 12014, ATTN: REG. AFFAIRS, RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC 27709 USA 

3 1 6 UCB UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 RRST ST. S.E., CALGARY, AB T2H 1 H9 

3 1 7 UNR UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL LTD., 25 ERB ST., BOX 250, ELMIRA, ON N3B 3A3 

3 1 8 UNV UNIVERSAL CROP PROTECTION, 

PARK HOUSE, MAIDEN HEAD RD., COOKHAM BERKSHIRE, SL6 9DS ENGLAND 

3 1 9 USB U.S. BORAX & CHEMICAL CORP., 3075 WILSHIRE BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CA 900 1 USA 

320 VAR VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 1 020 HARGRIEVE RD., UNIT D, LONDON, ON N6E 1 P5 

32 1 VAW VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 9600 VAN HORNE WAY, RICHMOND, BC V6X 1 W5 

322 VEL VELSICOL CHEMICAL CORP., 5600 N. RIVER RD., ROSEMONT, IL60O18-51 19 USA 

323 VER VERTAC CHEMICAL CORP., 24 1 4-5 1 00 POPLAR AVE., MEMPHIS, TN 38 1 37 US A 

324 VIG VIGORO DIV. SWIFT CANADIAN CO., 1 400 THE QUEENSWA Y, TORONTO, ON M8Z 1 S4 

325 VIT VIRGINIA CHEMICALS INC., 801 WATER ST., PORTSMOUTH, VA 23704 USA 

326 VTR VETREPHARM INC., 27-69 BESSEMER RD., LONDON, ON N6E 2V6 

327 WAC WESTCHEM AGRICULTURAL CHEM., 1505 LOCKWOOD RD., P.O. BOX 957, BILLINGS, MT 59103 USA 

328 WAK WATKINS INC., 150 LIBERTY ST., WINONA, MN 55987 USA 

329 WAL WATKINS INC., 30-5 SCURHELD BLVD., WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G3 

330 WBC WATERBURY CO. INC., P.O. BOX 640, 1 00 CALHOUN ST., INDEPENDENCE, LA 70443 USA 

33 1 WBE WILBUR-ELLIS CO. OF CANADA LTD, 75 BESSEMER RD., UNIT 5, LONDON, ON N6E 1P9 

332 WDG WEDGCO CHEMICAL LTD., 623 HUNTS CRES.N.W., CALGARY, ABT2K4J2 

333 WEA WEED-MASTER WESTERN LTD., 340-12TH AVE. S.W., SUITE 1050, CALGARY, AB T2R 1L5 

334 WEC WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES LTD., 43 1 2 STEELES AVE., MILLIKEN, ON LOH 1 KO 

335 WEP WEST CHEMICAL PRODUCTS LTD., 10900 SECANT ST., P.O. BOX 160, VILLE D'ANJOU, PQ HIJ IS5 

336 WHM WHITMIRE RESEARCH LABS. INC., 3568 TREE CRT. INDUSTRIAL BLVD, ST. LOUIS, MO 63 1 22 USA 

337 WHS WHEELS MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS LT, 60 SIGNET DR., WESTON, ON M9L2Y4 

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338 WIL WILSON LABORATORffiS INC., 36 HEAD ST., DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

339 WIN WINTHROP ANIMAL HEALTH PRODUCT, DIV. OF STERLING DRUG LTD., YONGE ST. S., AURORA, ON L4G 3H6 

340 WIS WISCONSIN PHARMACAL CO., 2977 HIGHWAY 60, P.O. BOX 198, JACKSON, WI 53037 USA 

34 1 WOB WOOD, G.H. & CO. LTD., 6200 TOMKEN RD., MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T I X7 

342 WOL F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD., 33 ADELAIDE ST. W., TORONTO, ON M5H I P5 

343 WSG WOOD-SLIMP GMBH, C/O SASCO PRODUCTS LTD., 45 BORDEN AVE., DARTMOUTH, NS B3B 1C7 

344 YAP YELLOWSTONE AGRI PRODUCTS, P.O.BOX 22 11 6, LONDON, ON N6C 4N0 

345 YON YOUNG, W.F. INC., 1 1 1 LYMAN ST., SPRINGFIELD, MA 01 103 USA 

346 ZOC ZOECON CORPORATION, 12200 DENTON DRIVE, DALLAS, TX 75234 USA 

347 ZOD ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY COURT, WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 

348 ZOE ZOECON CORP., 975 CALIFORNIA AVE., PALO ALTO, CA 94304 USA 

O.Reg. 15/93,5.2. 



3. Schedule 1 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 1 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


4383 


CHP 




METHOXONE MCPA ESTER 500 EC 


4385 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL DIELDRIN 20 EC INSECTICIDE 


4929 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL ENDRIN 20 E.C. INSECliCIDE 


5462 


INT 




CO-OP MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


5979 


CGL 




MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


6045 


UCB 




NO- WEED MCPA ESTER BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


6181 


OSD 




OSMOSE FENCE POST MIXTURE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


6468 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL ALDRIN 40EC INSECTICIDE 


6965 


STD 




STANCHEM MCPA ESTER 80 WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


7811 


DWE 




MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSIFIABLE FARM WEED KILLER 


7825 


RHQ 




WEEDONE MCPA ESTER EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


8218 


GAX 




GARDEX ERA COCKROACH POWDER 


8790 


PEN 




PESTROY METHYL BROMIDE THE PENETRATING FUMIGANT 


9548 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MCPA ESTER 500 HERBICIDE 


9564 


GRC 


CGC 


METH-0-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 


9565 


GRC 


CGC 


BROM-0-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 


9566 


GRC 


CGC 


BROM-O-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 


9981 


SAF 




SANEX SUN-X INSECT POWDER 


10187 


OLH 




OCHEMCO MCPA ESTER 80 EMULSIRABLE HERBICIDE 


10696 


SAF 




SANEX CHLOROPICRIN FUMIGANT 


10948 


MAH 




MAGNACIDE H 


12088 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 


12091 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE MC2 TOBACCO PLANT BED FUMIGANT 


12248 


GAX 




GARDEX METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 


12326 


SAF 




SANEX MB-C2 SOIL FUMIGANT 



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247 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


13477 


GRC 


CGC 


TERR-O-GAS 67 PREPLANT SOIL FUMIGANT 


13736 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA GAS EX-B FOR INSECT PESTS 


13773 


ABE 




WACO CHLOROPICRIN FUMIGANT 


13961 


BEH 




CALCIUM CYANIDE DUST 


14025 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 (C-72) WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14026 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 (C-50) WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14077 


POS 




OSMOPLASTIC WOOD PRESERVING COMPOUND 


14588 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBER FUME FUMIGANT 


14764 


RHQ 




MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


15204 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA PELLETS FOR INSECT PESTS 


15205 


RPC 


KEM 


DETIA TABLETS FOR INSECT PESTS 


15735 


DEC 


ABE 


DEGESCH-PHOSTOXIN COATED PELLETS 


15736 


DEC 


ABE 


DEGESCH-PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS 


15849 


SAP 




SANEX STRYCHNINE GOPHER-KIL LIQUID 


16438 


DEC 


ABE 


DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN TABLETS PREPAC 


16495 


AMR 


CCC 


METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 


16580 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ROTENONE FISH POISON WETTABLE POWDER 


16750 


DEC 


ABE 


DEGESCH CALCIUM CYANIDE A-DUST 


16981 


DOW 




2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID FLAKE 


16982 


DOW 




DOW 2,4-D ISOOCTYL ESTERS 


16983 


DOW 




2,4-D DEA 600 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


16988 


DOW 




2,4-D DMA 720 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


16990 


DOW 




2,4-D BUTOXY ETHANOL ETHER 


17007 


MKS 


LWE 


MARKS 2,4-D TECHNICAL ACID 


17012 


MKS 


LWE 


MARKS 2,4-D ISO OCTYL ESTER TECHNICAL 


17045 


MBY 




M & B 2,4-D ACID 


17046 


MBY 




M & B 2,4-D AMINE SALT 


17107 


DOW 




2,4-D DMA 720 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


17108 


AZO 


HAH 


2.4-D 25 K.G. (TECHNICAL ACID) 


17126 


VER 




VERT AC 2,4-D ACID MANUFACTURING OF WEED KILLERS 


17134 


AGL 


LMB 


2,4-D DRY POWDER ACID HERBICIDE 


17135 


AOL 


LMB 


2,4-D LIQUID ISOOCTYL ESTER HERBICIDE 


17137 


AGL 


LMB 


2,4-D LIQUID AMINE SEQUESTERED HERBICIDE 


17138 


AGL 


LMB 


2,4-D LIQUID AMINE UNSEQUESTERED HERBICIDE 


17170 


VER 




VERT AC A-6D MANUFACTURING OF WEED KILLERS 


17187 


CSB 


UAG 


CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION TABLETS 


17188 


CSB 


UAG 


CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION PELLETS 


17280 


VER 




VERT AC WEED-RHAP LV-6D MANUFACTURING OF WEED KILLERS 


17281 


VER 




VERTAC 2,4-D LOW VOLATILE ESTER MANUFACTURING OF WEED KILLERS 


17386 


DOW 




2,4-D 600 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 


17401 


BAZ 




BASF 2,4-D AMINE 


17516 


INT 




WEEDAWAY MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17705 


UNV 


OLH 


2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER 600 G.A.I./L FORMULATION 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17880 


CGC 




ALDRIN 400 EC INSECTTCIDE 


17896 


CGC 




ENDRIN 200 EC 


17897 


CGC 




DIELDRIN 200 EC 


17930 


RHQ 




SEVIN 50% MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE CARBARYL INSECl ICIDE 


17994 


TSB 


CGC 


2,4-D LIQUID DMA AMINE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 


18057 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRGINIA NN-DIETHYL-M-TOLUAMIDE 


18063 


CGH 




TECHNICAL PERMETHRIN 


18114 


UNR 




PLANTVAX TECHNICAL OXYCARBOXIN 


18212 


TNS 




TENNESSEE COPPER SULPHATE TECHNICAL 


18260 


RHQ 




LINDANE TECHNICAL 400 MICRONIZED POWDER 


18276 


CHG 




GUTHION TECHNICAL (FOR MANUFAC lURE OF INSECTICIDES) 


18277 


CHH 




BAYGON TECHNICAL 


18281 


CHP 




TAKKLE HERBICIDE 


18282 


CHP 




CHIPMAN TAKKLE D WEEDKILLER 


18292 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM BORIC ACID TECHNICAL 


18463 


MBY 




SEVIN 99% TECHNICAL CARBARYL INSECl ICIDE 


18472 


RHQ 




TECHNICAL CHLORAMBEN ACID SODIUM SALT 


18595 


UNR 




TECHNICAL THIRAM (TMTD) 


18607 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM BORAX TECHNICAL 


18777 


ROH 




GOAL EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 


18804 


CHH 




BAYLETON 50% WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


18863 


ISK 


IBK 


TECHNICAL CHLOROTHALONIL FUNGICIDE 


18890 


WIL 




LONZA MET ALDEHYDE TECHNICAL 


18891 


CAX 




AFUGAN 30 E.G. LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


18920 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM ANHYDROUS BORAX TECHNICAL 


18980 


SUG 


SUH 


TECH. ALLETHRIN (RACEMIC) 


19025 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM NEOBOR TECHNICAL 


19027 


USB 


use 


20 MULE TEAM HREBRAKE ZB TECHNICAL 


19096 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY DIAZINON TECHNICAL ACTIVE INGREDIENT 


19137 


AZO 


HAH 


MCPP 25 K.G. (TECHNICAL MECOPROP) 


19140 


RHQ 




TECHNICAL MECOPROP 


19184 


CHP 




CYPERMETHRIN MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


19221 


DUP 




BACTIMOS PRIMARY POWDER 


19226 


PEG 


GDR 


FUMITOXIN ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE PELLE IS 


19227 


PEG 


GDR 


FUMITOXIN ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE TABLETS 


19288 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MECOPROP + 2,4-D MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE WEEDKILLER 


19290 


SDZ 




BANVEL DICAMBA TECHNICAL HERBICIDE 


19295 


SDZ 




SANDOZ SULFUR TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 


19336 


CHH 




MESUROL TECHNICAL 


19348 


RHQ 




2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER (TECHNICAL GRADE HERBICIDE) 


19351 


RHQ 




SEVIN BRAND 97.5% MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


19352 


MBY 




2,4-D AMINE CONCENTRATE (TECHNICAL GRADE HERBICIDE) 


19525 


CYC 




HYDRAMETHYLNON TECHNICAL INSECIICIDE 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



19579 

19580 

19608 

19612 

19656 

19657 

19658 

19700 

19705 

19706 

19723 

19862 

19974 

19976 

19977 

19979 

19983 

19984 

20063 

20088 

20090 

20091 

20125 

20206 

20252 

20307 

20320 

20350 

20407 

20537 

20583 

20699 

20790 

20791 

20830 

20831 

20832 

20833 

20841 

20845 

20984 

20993 

21031 



PYR 

PYR 

EDS 

TIR 

DOW 

DOW 

DOW 

MBY 

MBY 

UNR 

AMV 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

DOW 

Lie 

DUP 

CHH 

CHH 

ICI 

DEG 

INT 

DOW 

CEK 

DOW 

CHH 

IPI 

DIM 

CHG 

BAX 

MBY 

MBY 

MBY 

MBY 

MBY 

MBY 

CGC 

CGC 

MNY 



JOH 
JOH 
JOH 

ns 



CHH 



CHP 
ABE 



HEN 



IFF 



CHH 



HON 



KENYA PYRETHRUM EXTRACT 20% REFINED CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

KENYA PYRETHRUM EXTRACT 50% REFINED CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

ENDURA PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE TECHNICAL GRADE 

TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 C-60 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DURSBAN F INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 

DURSBAN R INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 

DURSBAN 6R INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

TECHNICAL BROMOXYNIL HEPTANOATE 

TECHNICAL BROMOXYNIL OCTANOATE 

QUINTOZENE TERRACLOR TECHNICAL 

DICHLORVOS (DDVP) TECHNICAL 

CIBA-GEIGY TECHNICAL DICHLORVOS 

CIBA-GEIGY 2,4-D/MECOPROP 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX 2X DMA 

GREEN CROSS 2,4-D AMINE 600 

GREEN CROSS 2,4-D/MECOPROP 

CIBA-GEIGY 2,4-D 55.7% 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX 2X ODOURLESS 

DURSBAN 30 SEC INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE (TECHNICAL) 

CARBON DI0XIDE-C02 FUMIGANT ' 

BACTOSPEINE PRIMARY POWDER 

DI-SYSTON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

METASYSTOX-R 50% CONCENTRATE 

BETASAN TECHNICAL SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN PREPAC ROPE 

IPCO MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DURSBAN HF INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 

DIMETHOATE TECHNICAL 

DURSBAN W INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 

SENCOR METRIBUZIN TECHNICAL 

ATRAZINE TECHNICAL 

CUPRISTAT LIQUID CONCENTRATE FUNGICIDE 

BAYTEX TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE (FENTHION) 

TIGUVON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE (FENTHION) 

MCPA 630 DEA 

MECOPROP 620 DEA 

MECOPROP 680 DMA 

2,4-D 680 DEA 

MECOPROP AMINE CONCENTRATE (TECHNICAL) 

MCPA POTASSIUM SALT SOLUTION 

CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 50% 

CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 9.6 

M-GARD S520 COPPER NAPHTHENATE WPS 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


21069 


CHH 




DYRENE TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 




21070 


IPI 


JFF 


LINURON TECHNICAL 




21191 


ZOD 




PRECOR INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 




21224 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN CUSTOM HERBICIDE #2 




21346 


ICI 


CHP 


BETASAN MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 




21570 


RHQ 




2,4-D/MECOPROP MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 


TOTAL: 160 



O.Reg. 15/93,8.3. 



4. Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 2 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


109 


SKM 




FAIRVIEW GOPHER-COP LIQUID RODENTICIDE 


2985 


CHP 




BENESAN INSECTICIDE 50% LINDANE WETTABLE POWDER 


3159 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS PMAS TURF FUNGICIDE 


3267 


CHD 


SIE 


PENTA PRESERVATIVE CONCENTRATE 1 TO 10 


3294 


SCR 


VIN 


CALO-CLOR TURF FUNGICIDE 


3539 


PFE 




LINDANE 1 1% EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


3734 


PFF 




PFIZER 25% LINDANE W.P. INSECllCIDE 


3749 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP LV WEEDKILLER 2,4-D ESTER 400 E.C. 


3780 


CHV 




ORTHOCIDE 50 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 


3846 


RHQ 




MERFUSAN DUST FUNGICIDE FOR TURF 


4429 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE 


4559 


ICI 


CHP 


CAPTAN 50- WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


4980 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D ESTER 500 LOW VOLATILE WEEDKILLER 


5371 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 50 W 


5475 


ROH 




KARATHANE WD WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE & MITICIDE 


5499 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP 5% CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 


6007 


ICI 


CHP 


CAPTAN 75 SEED PROTECTANT WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


6122 


SAF 




SANEX LINDANE 10% E.C. INSECTICIDE 


6330 


DOW 




ESTERON 99 CONCENTRATE 


6374 


ROH 




KELTHANE EC MITICIDE 


6420 


CYC 




LIQUID CYANAMID 25 WEED KILLER 


6526 


ALS 




NO- WEED LV 80 


6726 


BAT 




BARTLhll FIXED COPPER "53" WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


6747 


MBY 




EMBUTOX E EMULSIHABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


6857 


BAX 




CO-RAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 25% WETTABLE POWDER 


7036 


DUQ 




KARMEX HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


7192 


CHV 




ORTHO PHALTAN 50 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 


7239 


MBY 




MERSIL WETTABLE POWDER TURF FUNGICIDE 


7398 


CHH 




LESAN (FORMERLY DEXON) 70% WETTABLE POWDER SEED FUNGICIDE 


7412 


sru 




STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 4.8 EC SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 



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251 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



7416 

7442 

7446 

7480 

7482 

7525 

7882 

7884 

8021 

8024 

8082 

8084 

8086 

8090 

8150 

8151 

8165 

8277 

8349 

8372 

8409 

8504 

8637 

8654 

8655 

8656 

8661 

8789 

8826 

8885 

8903 

9003 

9007 

9074 

9157 

9163 

9197 

9291 

9319 

9332 

9337 

9382 

9398 



STD 

CHV 

UCA 

STF 

STF 

INT 

CHH 

CHH 

CYC 

BAT 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHH 

CHD 

MBY 

LAT 

CYC 

CHP 

UAG 

CYC 

CYC 

DUQ 

CHD 

UCB 

CHD 

CHP 

STD 

GAX 

CGC 

CHP 

DOW 

DOW 

RAL 

UCA 

CHH 

INT 

CHH 

ICI 

UAG 

CYC 

PFF 

CHH 



UCB 
CHP 
CHP 



SIE 



SIE 



SIE 



UCB 



CHP 



STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 20% GRANULAR SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

ORTHO DIBROM INSECTICIDE 

SEVIN 85 S CARBARYL INSECTICIDE SPRAY ABLE POWDER 

STAUFFER FOLPET 50-WP FUNGICIDE 

STAUFFER FOLPET 75-WP FUNGICIDE 

CO-OP 2,4-D ESTER LOW VOLATILE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

METASYSTOX-R SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

DI-SYSTON GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

BARTLETT WAXED MOUSE BAIT 

BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE BARN INSECTICIDE 

ENTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 

ENTEX OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 

CHAPMAN PENTA WR CONCENTRATE 1 TO 5 

SEVIN 80S CARBARYL INSECTICIDE SPRAYABLE POWDER 

LATER' S MITE KILLER EC 

CYGON 480-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN AGROX I.F. DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

CLEAN CROP MALATHION 85E 

THIMET 10-G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

HYVAR X WEED & BRUSH KILLER WETTABLE POWDER 

TIMPREG PAK 

AMIZINE INDUSTRIAL WETTABLE POWDER 

TIMPREG PRESERVATIVE GREASE 

GRAMOXONE LIQUID HERBICIDE WITH WETHNG AGENT 

STANGARD PENTA CONCENTRATE 1-10 WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

GARDEX LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

KIL-MOR LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CHIPMAN 2,4-D ESTER 600 LV WEEDKILLER 

TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 

TORDON 101 MIXTURE BRUSH KILLER 

PURINA CYGON 4-E EC SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

FENATROL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LESAN 35% WETTABLE POWDER TURF & SOIL FUNGICIDE 

IPCO STERILANT GRANULAR SOIL HERBICIDE 

METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

STAUFFER CAPTAN 7.5 DUST FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP LINDANE 20E 

CYTHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DIMETHOATE 480 EC LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 



45 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



9427 


PLC 


9505 


CHP 


9512 


CHP 


9560 


DWE 


9561 


UAG 


9569 


UAG 


9570 


CHH 


9582 


ICI 


9587 


MBY 


9625 


OLH 


9631 


CGC 


9651 


UCA 


9691 


STF 


9724 


PLG 


9763 


PLG 


9765 


CHP 


9807 


INT 


9871 


PLG 


9907 


UCB 


9916 


PLG 


9918 


PLG 


9922 


ICI 


9934 


UAG 


9945 


DIT 


10010 


SHM 


10104 


CGC 


10146 


DIT 


10177 


CHH 


10197 


UAG 


10216 


PEK 


10231 


CAY 


10257 


YAP 


10308 


MOX 


10322 


MBY 


10324 


KEM 


10339 


CHP 


10359 


FMC 


10532 


CYC 


10609 


ICI 


10610 


STF 


10628 


DUQ 


10637 


DOW 


10640 


PLG 



CHP 



UCB 
CHP 



CHP 



CGC 



PEL 



ARN 

CHP 
CHP 



PLANT FOG SULFOTEP FOR INSECT CONTROL 

AGROX B-3 DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

REGLONE A LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ESTERON LV-600 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CLEAN CROP 2.4-D ESTER 600 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP PMA-10 FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 

BAYTEX LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CAPTAN 80-WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

NO- WEED 2,4-D ESTER BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 

OCHEMCO LV96 EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS PATORAN 50WP HERBICIDE 

BROMINAL EMULSIHABLE WEEDKILLER 

STAUFFER CAPTAN SP-4 FLOW ABLE FUNGICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS 7.5% CAPTAN GREENHOUSE FUNGICIDE DUST 

LESAN SOIL & TURF FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN-METHOXYCHLOR 75-3 SEED PROTECTANT 

IPCO CYGON 4-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS THIRAM 80 WP TURF FUNGICIDE 

AQUA-KLEEN GR WEED KILLER 

PLANT-FUME LINDANE INSECTICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 

METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE EC 

CAPTAN 4 FLOWABLE AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP COPPER 50W 

LINDANE lOE INSECTICIDE 

SHELL BIRLANE 10 GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS CYGON 480E EMULSIRABLE CONCENTRATE 

FENTHION 50E EC INSECTICIDE 

DASANIT 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP THIRAM 75 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

PENNWALT HERBICIDE 273 LIQUID 

ZEP FORMULA 777 WEED KILLER 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D ESTER 500 E.C. 

AVADEX BW GRANULAR HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 

ZOLONE 30 WETTABLE POWDER PHOSALONE INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MALATHION EC GRAIN PROTECTANT INSECTICIDE 

MERGAMMA N-MDRILL BOX DUAL PURPOSE SEED 

FURADAN 10 GR INSECTICIDE 

THIMET 15-G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

DYFONATE 10-G GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

DYF-THI 5-10-G SOIL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

SINBAR HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

DURSBAN 4E INSECTICIDE 

PLANT-FUME NICOTINE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 



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253 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


10662 


INT 




IPCO NM DUAL PURPOSE DRILLBOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


10666 


FMC 


OSH 


FURADAN 5 GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10753 


DUQ 




BLADEX 80W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


10776 


CHH 




FOLITHION LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10780 


CHV 




ORTHOCIDE 80 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 


10826 


CHH 




FURADAN 5 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10827 


CHH 




FURADAN 10 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECIICIDE 


10840 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR MOLLUSCICIDE 


10841 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 


10842 


CHH 




BAYLUSCIDE-TFM WP SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 


10856 


GUS 


UNR 


GUSTAFSON EVERSHIELD II CM SEED PROTECTANT 


10895 


CHH 




DASANIT + THIRAM 5%-10% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


10896 


CHP 




AGROX D-L PLUS SEED TREATMENT POWDER INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


10904 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PRINCEP 80W 


10905 


CGC 




AATREX 80W HERBICIDE 


10906 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PRIMATOL 80W 


10907 


CGC 




SIMMAPRIM 80W INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 


10910 


CHH 




SENCOR 50% WP AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


10924 


VAW 




WOODBRITE 24 LIQUID FUNGICIDE CONCENTRATE 


10925 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN PENTA-PRESERVATIVE 1-10 


10928 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY AATREX 90W HERBICIDE 


10975 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 50W 


10979 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 500 E.G. INSECTICIDE 


10993 


DIT 




LINDANE 1 OS OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


11018 


DUQ 




HYVAR XL WEED & BRUSH KILLER 


11022 


BAT 




BARTLETT CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


11029 


CHH 




BAYGON U-L-V INSECTICIDE 


11045 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY AATREX LIQUID 


11115 


RHQ 




SEVIN 4 OIL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


11128 


CHP 




GRAMOXONE S LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11137 


SUJ 


SUH 


SUMITHION FENITROTHION 


11153 


UCA 


UCB 


DESORMONE 


11154 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 3 INSECTICIDE 


11191 


MRZ 




MARZONE ATRAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


11224 


VEL 




DYCLEER LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11261 


BUL 




BUSAN 30 LIQUID SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 


11274 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY GESAGARD 80W HERBICIDE 


11312 


ICI 


CHP 


SUT AN + 8E SELECnVE HERBICIDE 


11336 


CHP 




PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


11339 


SCT 


ITT 


SCOTTS PROTURF BROAD SPECl RUM GRANULAR FUNGICIDE 


11340 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN MANEB-THIODAN DUST FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE 


11351 


DUQ 




KROVAR I WEED KILLER WETTABLE POWDER 


11398 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN CYTHION 1000 LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT & INSECTICIDE 



47 



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O. Reg. 15/93 ; 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11422 


UNR 




VITAFLO DP SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE & INSECTICIDE 


11424 


DOW 




LORSBAN 4C INSECTICIDE EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 


11445 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY EKKO 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


11450 


DOW 




DURSBAN 6 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


11451 


INT 




CO-OP D-L + C DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


11522 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE FOR LIVESTOCK 


11529 


BUL 




BUSAN DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


11530 


KEM 




KEMSAN DIAZINON 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


11547 


SDZ 




DYCLEER 24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11575 


STD 




STANCHEM SPROUT-NIP EC POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 


11597 


CHC 




MAG-X-STRING HERBICIDAL SOIL STERILANT 


11681 


SAN 




SANFAX G.P. 836 CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


11725 


DUQ 




LANNATE L INSECTICIDE 


11761 


ICI 


CHP 


STAUFFER SUTAN-t-/ATRAZINE 18:6 GRANULES (SELECllVE WEED CONTROL) 


11763 


CAX 




SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE LAMPRECID 


11771 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIURON 80W HERBICIDE 


11788 


MRZ 




MARTAN 50WP FUNGICIDE 


11848 


AGV 




POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


11860 


STD 




STANCHEM SPROUT NIP SOLUTION POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR 


11889 


PFF 




PFIZER DIAZINON 500 INSECTICIDE 


11890 


PFF 




PFIZER DIAZINON 50W INSECTICIDE 


11933 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


11934 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500 EC EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


11935 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500E INSECTICIDE 


11936 


ICI 


CHP 


CAPTAN 10 DUST FUNGICIDE 


12028 


CHP 




CAPTAN FLOW ABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 


12029 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN 30-METHOXYCHLOR 3 FUNGICIDE-INSECTICIDE 


12072 


STD 




STANGARD DUAL PURPOSE SASH TREATMENT CONCENTRATE 


12073 


SAP 




SANEX MALATHION 836 CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 


12095 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL CORN CHOPS 


12096 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL WHOLE CORN 


12097 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL POWDER CONCENTRATE 


12098 


AVC 


ABE 


AVITROL MIXED GRAINS 


12104 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN HERBICIDE BOOSTER WETTING AGENT 


12106 


SAP 




SANEX AVITROL CORN CHOPS 


12107 


SAP 




SANEX AVITROL WHOLE CORN 


12171 


DUQ 




LEXONE METRIBUZIN WEED KILLER WETTABLE POWDER 


12216 


KEM 




RIDDEX CYTHION ULV INSECTICIDE 


12223 


DWED 




DURSBAN 2 1/2 G INSECTICIDE GRANULES 


12224 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN DIAZINON 500 E.C. INSECTICIDE 


12239 


ICI 


CHP 


ERADICANE 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


12264 


KEK 




NORKEM 500 VEGETATION KILLER 


12302 


PEF 


SHL 


SHELL NUDRIN WATER MISCIBLE INSECllCIDE 



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255 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



12343 

12344 

12360 

12373 

12400 

12439 

12461 

12539 

12599 

12767 

12828 

12864 

12865 

12866 

12871 

12876 

12944 

13005 

13051 

13166 

13188 

13245 

13249 

13250 

13315 

13349 

1336§ 

13466 

13471 

13504 

13505 

13561 

13571 

13572 

13614 

13645 

13646 

13656 

13663 

13694 

13739 

13796 

13807 



SAF 

SAF 

SAZ 

CHP 

CHP 

SAF 

UAG 

SAF 

ELA 

CHP 

CYC 

SAF 

SAF 

SAF 

ROH 

PFF 

GAP 

BAZ 

UNR 

DUQ 

AVC 

VAR 

APB 

BAX 

BUL 

SAF 

DWE 

BAX 

ATD 

GAX 

GAX 

NOQ 

NOQ 

NOQ 

CHC 

UCA 

MBY 

CGC 

PFF 

KEM 

PFF 

CGC 

GRB 



ABE 



APD 



JAK 
JAK 
JAK 

UCB 



GRZ 



SANEX AVITROL SPARROW MIX BAIT 

SANEX AVITROL PIGEON MIX BAIT 

THURICIDE 16B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR AERIAL APPLICATION 

PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500S OIL SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 50-S OIL SOLUBLE INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 500 

SANEX VAPO 20 EC INSECTICIDE 

SPIKE 80W TEBUTHIURON 80% HERBICIDE 

MERGAMMA FLOWABLE DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

CYCOCEL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

SANEX DIMETHOATE 480 EC SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CHLORDANE 8E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 50-E INSECTICIDE 

KELTHANE AP-35 WP MITICIDE 

PFIZER POTATO SEED PIECE DUAL PURPOSE TREATMENT POWDER 

GARDO NO. 73 LINDANE 10.7 MULTI-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

BASF PATORAN 50-W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX-CAPTAN 30W SYSTEMIC SOIL FUNGICIDE 

BLADEX LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AVITROL FC CORN CHOPS 

GUARDSMAN COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 50 W.P. FUNGICIDE 

CUTRINE PLUS LIQUID ALGAECIDE 

SPOTTON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

BUSAN 1015 DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

SANEX VAPO-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 

TELONE 1 IB LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CORAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 1% SHAKER CAN 

AUTOCHEM NO SCALD DPA EC-283 

GARDEX DIAZINON 50S INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX DIAZINON 50E INSECTICIDE 

SIMADEX SIMAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

VECTAL 80W ATRAZINE WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

VECTAL FLOWABLE ATRAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CHEM-CIDE 50 S/P WATER SOLUBLE BROMACIL 

WEEDONE LV 4 EMULSIRABLE HERBICIDE 

WEEDONE LV 6 2,4-D ESTER BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 

DRILLBOX DL PLUS CAPTAN SEED TREATMENT 

PFIZER ENDOSULFAN 400 EC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX ABATE 4E EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER HERBICIDE 

DCL DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

ALGIMYCIN PLL-C LIQUID ALGICIDE 



49 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


13808 


GRB 


GRZ 


ALGIMYCIN PLL-C SLOW RELEASE ALGICIDE TABLETS 


13816 


DUP 


PFF 


DIMILIN 25% WP INSECTICIDE 


13929 


CHP 




SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 


13945 


APB 


APD 


CUTRINE-PLUS GRANULAR ALGAECIDE 


13948 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN-BENOMYL FUNGICIDE 


13951 


PFF 




PFIZER D-IAZINON L-INDANE C-APTAN DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 


14096 


MKA 


LTR 


ATRAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


14100 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRA-MIX ATRAZINE-OIL CONCENTRATE 


14109 


SAF 




SANEX POISON CORN 


14111 


RAL 




PURINA FLY PATROL BAIT 


14114 


CGC 




PRIMEXTRA LIQUID AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14115 


UNR 




VITA VAX DUAL SOLUTION SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE & INSECTICIDE 


14135 


MKA 


LTR 


DIUREX 80W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14143 


ALS 




TORCH EMULSIHABLE HERBICIDE 


14163 


DUQ 




VELPAR WEED KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 


14170 


VEL 




DYCLEER lOP HERBICIDE PELLETS 


14171 


INT 




CO-OP CAPTAN 50% WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14172 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 90W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


14179 


CHP 




TERRAKLENE LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 


14180 


CHP 




TOTA-COL LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL HERBICIDE 


14186 


CHH 




MATACIL 180-D OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE INSECliCIDE 


14225 


CVO 


CHV 


ORTHENE 75% SOLUBLE POWDER 


14226 


CVO 


CHV 


ORTHENE FOREST SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


14232 


SMP 


SMM 


MONOBOR-CHLORATE NON-SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


14240 


BLL 


MAE 


ZP RODENT BAIT 


14258 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PREMIUM MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT EMULSIFIABLE CONCEN- 
TRATE 


14274 


MKA 


LTR 


SIMAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER 


14307 


CHH 




DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14317 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CADMIUM LIQUID TURF FUNGICIDE 


14332 


INT 




CO-OP COBUTOX 400 EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 


14337 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL MATAVEN EC WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


14338 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SYS-TEM 480 EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14340 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 500F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


14345 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE 90W WETTABLE POWDER 


14378 


NOQ 


JAK 


nCAM W ( 1 0% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE) 


14417 


CRN 


PFF 


KOCIDE 101 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


14478 


DIS 




DISPAR DITHOATE 4-E EMULSIRABLE CONCENTRATE 


14505 


KEM 




RIDDEX ULV TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 


14517 


SMP 


SMM 


UREABOR NON-SELECnVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


14523 


PFF 




PFIZER ATRAZINE 90W HERBICIDE 


14524 


PFF 




PFIZER ATRAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 


14581 


DUQ 




BLAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 


14584 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR LIQUID GRAIN & BIN PROTECTANT 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14597 


SAF 




SANEX CYTHION ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14600 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE FLOWABLE 


14601 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 500 HERBICIDE 


14603 


SAF 




SANEX AVITROL FARM MIX FC CORN CHOPS 


14616 


MKA 


LTR 


ATRAZINE 90W WETTABLE POWDER 


14617 


PFF 




PFIZER ENDOSULFAN 50 W Wh I'l ABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14623 


AGL 


LMB 


ESTAKIL LV 700 2,4-D LOW VOLATILE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14624 


CHP 




CHIPMAN CAPTAN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 


14626 


UNR 




ESTAKIL LV 600 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14634 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE DIAZINON DUAL USE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14712 


RHQ 




NIAGARA ETHION 5 THIRAM 7.5-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 


14721 


NCR 




NIAGARA ETHION 25W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14727 


WBE 




THIODAN-2 ZINEB-5 ENDOSULFAN-ZINEB INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE-DUST 


14739 


RHQ 




ESTASOL LV600 2.4-D ESTER EMULSIHABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14741 


RHQ 




nXED COPPER 50-W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14744 


RHQ 




ELGETOL INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE LIQUID SOLUTION 


14752 


MBV 




RHONE-POULENC LINDANE 25- W INSECIICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14753 


WBE 




THIRAM 75 W FUNGICIDE WH ITABLE POWDER 


14767 


RHQ 




CYGON 480-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


14784 


NCR 




ETHION 2% SUPERIOR OIL 70 INSECTICIDE LIQUID EC 


14796 


MBY 




SILVAPROP LV700 1:1 BRUSHKILLER EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14800 


MBY 




PROPATURF HERBICIDE LIQUID EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE-FOR TURF 


14801 


WBE 




WILBUR-ELLIS WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 


14803 


RHQ 




ESTAPROP EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14806 


MBY 




GOPHER POISON 


14818 


ALS 




TBA-4 GENERAL WEED KILLER 


14819 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ETHION 5-THIRAM 7.5G INSEC IICIDE/FUNGICIDE 


14823 


MKA 


LTR 


CAPTAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14842 


CGC 




AATREX LIQUID NINE-0 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14864 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO 50 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


14866 


SAF 




SANEX Z-PHOS RODENT BAIT 


14867 


CHH 




SENCOR 500F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


14878 


RHQ 




PARDNER EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


14879 


DWE 




LORSBAN 4E INSECTICIDE 


14893 


INT 




IPCO BENOLIN-R INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST (SEED TREATMENT) 


14916 


NCR 




NIAGARA BIVERT - PH LIQUID ADJUVANT EC 


14942 


NUX 




NUODEX PM A- 1 8 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & FUNGICIDE 


14943 


NUX 




NUODEX PMO-10 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & FUNGICIDE 


14944 


NUX 




SUPER AD-FT PAINT FUNGICIDE & PRESERVATIVE 


14945 


NUX 




NUODEX PMA-60 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & FUNGICIDE 


14979 


CGC 




AATREX PLUS AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


14980 


BAZ 




BASF PATORAN FL LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 


14993 


CHP 




GAMMASAN+ SEED TREATMENT POWDER 



SI 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



14998 


RAB 


14999 


CGC 


15027 


RHQ 


15032 


BAZ 


15046 


YAP 


15047 


SAF 


15084 


CYC 


15103 


BAX 


15109 


NCR 


15113 


RAL 


15152 


ZOD 


15210 


UAG 


15281 


CAT 


15333 


MKA 


15353 


DIS 


15360 


BAX 


15368 


BLL 


15478 


ELA 


15533 


UNR 


15537 


UNR 


15559 


CHV 


15567 


SAF 


15586 


Ave 


15587 


RHQ 


15611 


DUQ 


15706 


ROH 


15707 


PFF 


15732 


ZOC 


15738 


SHM 


15745 


KEM 


15747 


CAX 


15755 


INT 


15821 


CAX 


15836 


SAF 


15840 


SHM 


15843 


CHP 


15864 


SHM 


15881 


INT 


15885 


DUQ 


15893 


DWE 


15897 


MKA 


15902 


NOQ 


15920 


CHP 



HER 



LTR 



MAE 



ABE 



ZOD 
CGC 



CGC 



CGC 



LTR 
JAK 



RID-A-BIRD 1 100 PERCH SOLUTION 

CIBA-GEIGY DUAL 960E AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

DESORMONE 7 (HERBICIDE FOR BRUSH & WEEDS) 

BASF BASAMID GRANULAR SOIL FUMIGANT 

CLEAN CROP ENDOSULFAN 4E INSECTICIDE/MITICIDE 

SANEX CANARY SEED MOUSE KILLER 

NOVABAC - 3 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

K.R.S. SPRAY FOAM WITH CORAL 

ATRAZINE 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

PURINA MANGE CONTROL EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 

ALTOSID BRIQUET MOSQUITO GROWTH REGULATOR 

CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

CANTOL 450 A LIQUID NON-SELECTIVE VEGETATION KILLER 

THIONEX 50W ENDOSULFAN COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

STOCKPEST LOUSE SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

LYSOFF POUR-ON FOR LICE 

ZP TRACKING POWDER 

HERBEC 20P HERBICIDE 

VIT A VAX RS FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC LIQUID SEED PROTECTANT 

VITA VAX DUAL POWDER SEED PROTECTANT 

ORTHENE TREE & ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 

SANEX ABATE 2G GRANULAR MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 

ORNITROL CHEMOSTERILANT FOR PIGEON CONTROL 

THIRALIN PLUS FUNGICIDE/INSECTICIDE 

SHELL BLAGAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

STAMPEDE CM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 

PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 700 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN 20 QWIK-KILL CONCENTRATED INSECTICIDE 

SHELL RIPCORD 400EC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DDVP-350 ULV INSECTICIDE 

THIODAN 4 EC INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT+ INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 

THIODAN 50- WP INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ATRAZINE 80 W HERBICIDE 

BELMARK 300 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN SWEEP NO-TILL HERBICIDE 

SHELL BIRLANE/THIRAM INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

IPCO AG-SURF LIQUID SPRAY ADJUVANT 

BLAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

TELONE II LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

DIAZOL (DIAZINON) 50W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

SIMADEX SIMAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

TALON RODENTICIDE PELLETS 



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259 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15921 


MKA 


LTR 


DIAZOL 50 EC EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


15927 


CHP 




TALON RODENTICIDE MINI PELLETS 


15933 


UNR 




THIRAM 75WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


15959 


DUQ 




LEXONE DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 


15971 


MBY 




RODENT BAIT RODENTICIDE FOR POCKET GOPHERS 


15981 


DOW 




ESTERON 600 FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16021 


GRX 




MALATHION 1000 INSECllCIDE LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


16037 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP LAGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICICDE 


16047 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP COPPERCIDE WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


16049 


PFF 




PFIZER SIMAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 


16064 


CHP 




RATAK + RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


16122 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 


16125 


CHH 




SENCOR 50 WETTABLE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


16140 


LAT 




LATER'S COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 


16164 


RHQ 




BUCI RIL M EMULSIHABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


16198 


GAX 




GARDEX MALATHION ULV CONCENTRATE 


16209 


GRX 




LINDANE 25W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


16215 


WIL 




WILSARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 


16253 


MKA 


LTR 


PROMETRYNE 80W (PROMETREX 80WP) COMMERCIAL HERBICIDE 


16323 


DWE 




TELONE C-I7-R LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


16324 


DWE 




TELONE C-17 LIQUID SOIL FUNGICIDE & NEMATICIDE 


16370 


CGC 




PRINCEP NINE-T HERBICIDE 


16410 


NCR 




NIAGARA DIMETHOATE 480-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


16427 


MKA 


LTR 


URAGAN 80 WP (BROMACIL) COMMERCIAL HERBICIDE 


16428 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP L.V. WEEDKILLER 2,4-D ESTER 600 E.G. 


16447 


MBY 




FORMULA 500 ATRAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


16451 


UNR 




VIT A VAX RS POWDER SEED TREATMENT 


16453 


PFF 




PFIZER DYCLEER 12 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16456 


MBY 




ISOPROP 700 1:1 BRUSHKILLER EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16460 


SAF 




SANEX ABATE 4E INSECTICIDE EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 


16476 


GAX 




GARDEX VAPONA-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 


16478 


MKA 




BROMEX (NALED) EC COMMERCIAL EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 


16481 


PFF 




PFIZER DIPHENOPROP 480 LIQUID 


16482 


DOW 




TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 


16518 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 50 E.C. INSECTICIDE 


16532 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIPHENOPROP 600 HERBICIDE 


16545 


SDZ 




DYVEL HERBICIDE 


16556 


UCA 


UCB 


DESORMONE LV-700 HERBICIDE 


16579 


SAF 




SANEX LOW VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 500 


16622 


PEF 




TORQUE 480 


16641 


BAZ 




BASF LADDOK LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 


16653 


UCB 




SEVIN SL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


16657 


MBY 




NIAGARA ISOPROP 600 1 : 1 BRUSHKILLER EMULSIHABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16662 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY GALEX 500 E.G. 


16675 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP FOR-ESTER E.G. FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16724 


LAX 




EATER'S L.V. BRUSH KILLER 700 


16736 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP 2,4-D BUTYRIC 400 HERBICIDE 


16834 


CLR 


AGT 


PMAS TURF FUNGICIDE 


16836 


CLR 


AGT 


CADDY LIQUID TURF FUNGICIDE 


16863 


TIR 


TIS 


PATOX POLE TREATING WRAP T'VTE I 


16873 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL 88 


16885 


UNR 




DIAZOL 50W (DIAZINON) INSECTICIDE 


16886 


UNR 




DIAZOL 50EC (DIAZINON) INSECTICIDE 


16948 


GET 




EPIBLOC RODENTICIDE 


17001 


BAZ 




BASF CYCOCEL EXTRA 


17003 


TIR 


TIS 


TIMBERLIFE WOOD PRESERVING COMPOUND 


17027 


UCB 




SEVIN XLR CARBARYL INSECllCIDE 


17087 


CYC 




THIMET 15-G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECllCIDE GRANULAR 


17133 


BIP 


CHH 


NOVABAC-3 BIOLOGICAL INSECllCIDE 


17145 


RHQ 




BROMOX 450M HERBICIDE 


17160 


RHQ 




AQUASHADE LIQUID AQUATIC HERBICIDE SOLUTION 


17199 


SAZ 




THURICIDE 32B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR LOW- VOLUME AERIAL APPLICATION 


17200 


ZOE 


ZOD 


THURICIDE 32LV AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 


17242 


CHH 




SENCOR 75DF SPRAYULE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


17245 


DUQ 




GLEAN HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 


17247 


SDZ 




APEX 65% EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 


17274 


CGC 




RIDOMIL 240 EC AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


17276 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP LAGON 435 E.G. LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


17296 


ABC 




VECTOBAC BIOLOGICAL MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 


17300 


CGC 




RIDOMIL MZ 72WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


17305 


CAX 




DECIS 2.5 EC INSECTICIDE 


17354 


CHP 




RATAK + RODENTICIDE MINI-PELLETS 


17384 


PFF 




PFIZER STAMPEDE CM HERBICIDE 


17412 


INT 




WEEDAWAY 2,4-D LV ESTER 700 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17418 


CHH 




MATACIL 180 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 


17420 


CHH 




AMAZE 20% GRANULAR INSECllCIDE 


17421 


CHH 




AMAZE 15% GRANULAR INSECllCIDE 


17449 


SAP 




SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO E.G. INSECTICIDE 


17465 


UNR 




B-NINE-SP HEIGHT RETARDANT 


17540 


UCA 


UCB 


DRAGON EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17541 


UCA 


UCB 


DRAGONMATE EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17557 


MOM 


MAE 


MOTOMCO PIVALYN WATER SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE 


17599 


PLC 




B-NINE-SP CHEMICAL HEIGHT RETARDANT 


17669 


UCB 




SABRE EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 


17675 


MBY 




TORCH DS EMULSIRABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


17697 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP SIMAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 



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261 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17702 


KEK 




NORKEM TSS INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 


17703 


EMO 




EMPIRE EL TVK INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 


17740 


VEL 


CTX 


CHLORDANE Cl 00 EC INSECTICIDE 


17778 


DUP 


CHH 


FUTURA SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


17824 


FPM 




LECONTVIRUS BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


17868 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY RIPCORD 400 AGRICULTURAL INSEC IICIDE 


17873 


DUQ 




BELMARK 300 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


17877 


VEL 




BANVEL lOG HERBICIDE GRANULES 


17879 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BIRLANE/THIRAM INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 


17881 


CGC 




BIRLANE 3 G INSEC llCIDE 


17882 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY NUDRIN INSECTICIDE 


17895 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BIRLANE 10 INSECIICIDE 


17899 


CGC 




ATRAZINE 80 W HERBICIDE 


17900 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLAGAL HERBICIDE 


17901 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLADEX LIQUID AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17902 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17903 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 


17904 


DUQ 




MATAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


17905 


CGC 




ATRAZINE 500 L HERBICIDE 


17906 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLADEX 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


17940 


CHH 




FURADAN CR-10 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


17954 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL 132 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


17958 


UCB 




BROMOX 720 M BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


17980 


SDZ 




THURICIDE 48LV AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR AERIAL OR GROUND APPLICATION 


17983 


RHQ 




ZOLONE FLO 


18001 


RHQ 




PARDNER EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


18008 


UCB 




BROMOX C- 1 00 HERBICIDE 


18022 


RHQ 




BUC TRIE M EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


18133 


CHP 




GAMMASAN+ FLOW ABLE RAPESEED TREATMENT 


18158 


ABT 


ABC 


VECTOBAC-200G BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 


18197 


DUQ 




VELPAR L HERBICIDE (WATER DISPERSABLE SOLUTION) 


18230 


INT 




WEEDAWAY COBUTOX 400 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 


18334 


PFF 




PFIZER ENVIROBAC ES BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


18353 


NOQ 


JAK 


VORLEX PLUS LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


18354 


NOQ 


JAK 


VORLEX PLUS CP LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 


18450 


CGC 




AATREX LIQUID 480 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


18491 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PRIMATOL 480 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


18492 


CGC 




QBA-GEIGY SIMMAPRIM NINE-T HERBICIDE 


18501 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PRIMATOL NINE-0 HERBICIDE 


18550 


CGC 




SUPRACIDE 240 E.G. AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 


18603 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 480F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


18684 


CHP 




CHIPMAN ATRAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


18782 


CNP 




CPD GREEN PRESERVATIVE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18805 


DRX 


CPM 


DREXEL ATRAZINE 500 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


18812 


DRX 


CPM 


DREXEL ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


18837 


SDZ 




BANVEL HERBICIDE 


18881 


DIM 




WOODSTAT LIQUID MICROBICIDE CONCENTRATE 


19035 


RHQ 




ROVRAL ST CANOLA SEED TREATMENT 


19066 


INT 




CO-OP AATREX NINE-O HERBICIDE 


19091 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLADEX T.T.C. HERBICIDE LIQUID 


19112 


CEV 


APA 


TRUEGRIT PIVALYN CONCENTRATE 


19114 


SNI 




TRUEGRIT GOPHER-RID (PELLETED BAIT) 


19157 


SDZ 




DYCLEER 480 HERBICIDE 


19159 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BLADEX NINE-T AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


19162 


INT 




CO-OP ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 


19170 


CHP 




CYMBUSH 250 PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 


19188 


INT 




WEED AWAY 2,4-D LOW VOLATILE ESTER 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


19217 


RHQ 




EMBUTOX 625 EMULSIHABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


19219 


DUP 


CHH 


BACTIMOS WETTABLE POWDER BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 


19220 


DUP 


CHH 


BACTIMOS GRANULES LARVICIDE 


19285 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL MINERAL OIL CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


19292 


CHP 




VENTURE PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE EC 


19328.01 


PFF 




PFIZER SEE 2,4-D HERBICIDE 


19349 


SDZ 




MARKSMAN HERBICIDE 


19409 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BASUDIN 500EC INSECTICIDE 


19455 


ABT 




VECTOBAC 600L BIOLOGICAL INSECl ICIDE 


19477 


DWE 




DURSBAN TC TERMITICIDE CONCENTRATE 


19576 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 50W INSECTICIDE 


19611 


DOW 




DURSBAN L.O. INSECl ICIDE 


19677 


KEM 




KEMSAN DDVP-20 E.G. INSECTICIDE 


19680 


KEM 




KEMSAN DDVP-20 LV INSECTICIDE 


19722 


SAP 




SANEX CHLORDANE 8E EC INSECTICIDE 


19728 


NOQ 


JAK 


TURCAM INSECTICIDE 


19753 


KEM 




KEMSAN BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 


19780 


RHQ 




WEEDONE CB BRUSHKILLER 


19864 


PLC 




TRUMPET INSECTICIDE 80WP 


19884 


INT 




IPCO DIMETHOATE 480 AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


19899 


MOX 




VISION WATER SOLUBLE HERBICIDE 


20105 


NOQ 


JAK 


FICAM PLUS SYNERGIZED PYRETHRINS WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


20309 


INT 




IPCO 2,4-D ESTER 600 LOW VOLATILE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


20310 


INT 




IPCO 2,4-D ESTER 700 LOW VOLATILE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


20315 


INT 




IPCO COBUTOX 400 EC LIQUID HERBICIDE 


20347 


DIM 




WOODSTAT 30WB LIQUID MICROBICIDE CONCENTRATE 


20485 


NID 


NIE 


FUTURA XLV SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECl'ICIDE 


20544 


CHH 




SENCOR 75% WP HERBICIDE 


20558 


CYC 




AVENGE 280-C WILD OAT HERBICIDE 



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263 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


20575 


DWE 




DURSBAN TURF INSECTICIDE 




20599 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL 176 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 




20835 


ELA 




ENHANCE (ADJUVANT) 




20859 


AGL 


LMB 


SEE (R) 2,4-D AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




20861 


ABT 


ABC 


DIPEL 48AF 




20944 


DWE 




LORSBAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 




20968 


CHH 




SENCOR SOLUPAK 75DF GRANULAR HERBICIDE 




20997 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 480 HERBICIDE 




21035 


NOQ 


JAK 


APOLLO (SC) OVICIDAL MITICIDE 




21047 


AGL 


LMB 


SEE (R) 2,4-D/2,4-DP HERBICIDE 




21053 


DOW 




GARLON 4 HERBICIDE 




21077 


DUQ 




LEXONE DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULES 




21084 


CHP 




WEATHERBLOK BAIT CONTAINING RATAK+ RODENTICIDE 




21200 


CGC 




DUAL CUSTOM AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 




21252 


DUQ 




KARMEX DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 




21266 


AGL 


THS 


SEE (R) MCPA HERBICIDE 




21367 


CHH 




MORESTAN SOLUPAK 25% WETTABLE POWDER 




21494 


CGC 




PATORAN 50WP WATER SOLUBLE BAG HERBICIDE 




21567 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP SEE DIPHENOPROP CE HERBICIDE 




21568 


CRS 


NTT 


ACE CAP 97 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE IMPLANTS 




21611 


WEE 




2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 




21612 


WBE 




MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 




21613 


WBE 




2,4-D ESTER LV 600 EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 




21626 


SDZ 




TRIDENT BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 




21838 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MOUSE BAIT 2 PELLETS 




21980 


MOX 




EXPEDITE BROADLEAF HERBICIE 


TOTAL: 572 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


851866C 


ICI CHIPMAN A BUSINESS OF ICI CANADA INC., 

P.O. BOX 9910 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 


THE WEED MAN 25-4-5 

TOTAL: 1 



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5. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



Schedule 3 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


34 


STD 




STANCHEM FORMALDEHYDE SN SEED TREATMENT 


179 


GRA 




META SLUG KILLER BAIT 


685 


NOX 




NOX-ALL EARWIG BAIT BRAN 


997 


MBS 


GDR 


CORRY'S SLUG & SNAIL DEATH 


2150 


NOX 




NOX-ALL SLUGO SLUG BAIT 


2238 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


2687 


DOW 




FORMULA 40C LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 


2791 


PLC 




SLUG-EM SLUG BAIT 


2851 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE LIQUID 400 SELECllVE WEEDKILLER 


2915 


CHV 




ORTHORIX SPRAY 


3186 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


3517 


UCB 




NO- WEED 2,4-D AMINE BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


3608 


TEI 




NEVAROT WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


3645 


KEM 




DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


3676 


INT 




CO-OP 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


3794 


PLG 




NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING-OFF 


3927 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDAR 80 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


3937 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN CONC KILLS RATS & MICE 


4067 


CHP 




METHOXONE SODIUM 300 MCPA WEEDKILLER 


4155 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID DANDELION KILLER 


4155.01 


HOH 




HOME GARDENER DANDELION KILLER 


4282 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MALATHION 500 EC LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


4294 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY TCA SOLUBLE PELLETS 


4588 


CYC 




CYTHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


4590 


CYC 




CYTHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


4638 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS MALATHION 50E 


4709 


PFF 




PnZER 50% MALATHION INSECTICIDE 


4860 


CHP 




C-I-L MALATHION 50 CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


4863 


INT 




CO-OP WARBLE POWDER 


4864 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 25% MALATHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


4878 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 50W 


4916 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDAR MCPA CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 


4918 


ROH 




DITHANE M-22 80% W.P. FUNGICIDE 


5054 


KCD 




MARLATE 50 INSECI ICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


5080 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN BAIT CONCENTRATE KILLS RATS & MICE 


5095 


CGD 


CGA 


CIBA-GEIGY MITIN FF HIGH CONCENTRATE 


5136 


CHP 




CHIPMAN FERBAM WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


5339 


OSD 




PENTOX WOOD PRESERVER CLEAR 


5429 


GAP 




GARD0N0.16FLYBAIT 


5449 


KIN 




KING ROSE & FLOWER DUST 


5460 


INT 




CO-OP MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


5739 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SLUG DUST 


5745 


CYC 




CYANAMID AMINO TRIAZOLE WEEDKILLER 


5780 


INT 




CO-OP FLOWER & GARDEN DUST INSECl ICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


5821 


INT 




IPCO MALATHION 500 INSECTICIDE 


5931 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP 2.4-D AMINE 600 HERBICIDE 


5937 


MBY 




TROPOTOX LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


5942 


CGC 




MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


5981 


CGL 




MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


6017 


CHH 




DIPTEREX SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER 


6022 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 50M EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECl'lCIDE 


6024 


SAF 




CHLORO 2 INSECTICIDE 


6047 


UCB 




NO-WEED MCPA AMINE 500 BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


6192 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MULTI-PURPOSE FLOWER & VEGETABLE DUST 


6274 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MCPA AMINE 400 HERBICIDE 


6298 


LAT 




EATER'S GROW'N'CARE FUNGICIDE 


6335 


LAT 




EATER'S LIME SULPHUR SN FUNGICIDE ACARICIDE 


6453 


ICI 


CHP 


VAPAM LIQUID SOLUTION SOIL FUMIGANT 


6639 


RAL 




PURINA HOG & CA ITLE DUSTING POWDER 


6713 


LAT 




EATER'S MALATHION 50 INSECT SPRAY 


6731 


CHH 




DYRENE 50% WETTABLE POWDER FOLIAGE FUNGICIDE 


6757 


REC 




RECOCHEM CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 


6839 


RHQ 




SEVIN BRAND 50W CARBARYL INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


6916 


LAT 




EATER'S BUG-GETA SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 


6936 


LAT 




LATER'S SLUG & SNAIL KILLER #50 


6937 


NOQ 


JAK 


ACll DIONE P.M. FLOWER FUNGICIDE 


6954 


LAT 




LATER'S WEEVIL & EARWIG BAIT 


6967 


STD 




STANCHEM 2,4-D AMINE 80 SN WEEDKILLER 


6969 


SlU 




STANCHEM MCPA AMINE 80 SOLUTION WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


6998 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP FORMALIN FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 


7062 


ICI 


CHP 


STAUFFER EPTAM 5-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


7108 


UCB 




NO-WEED MCPA SODIUM BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 


7162 


UCB 




AMITROLT LIQUID 


7251 


UNR 




QUINTOZENE (TERRACLOR) 75% WP SOIL FUNGICIDE 


7315 


CYC 




CiTREX 65-W FRUIT FUNGICIDE 


7363 


RHQ 




COMPITOX LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


7386 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID LIME SULPHUR INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


7386.01 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH LIME SULPHUR INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


7386.02 


CHP 




C-I-L LIQUID LIME SULPHUR CONCENTRATED 


7512 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME TEDION V18 MITICIDE SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


7559 


UCB 




AMIZOL FOR WEED CONTROL 


7572 


INT 




CO-OP DALAPON GRASS KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 


7639 


CHP 




REGLONE LIQUID HERBICIDE & DESICCANT (CONTAINS DIQUAT) 


7647 


CHH 




DYLOX 5% GRANULAR BAIT CROP INSECTICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


7697 


CYC 




AMITROLE 90 WEEDKILLER 


7715 


PLC 




SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 


7717 


BAT 




BARTLETT ROPELLENT EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 


7743 


MBY 




AMIBEN LIQUID WEED KILLER 


7754 


INT 




CO-OP ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


7812 


STD 




STANCHEM MCPA SODIUM 48 SOLUTION WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 


7835 


TAS 




ATRA PELL GRANULAR WEED SHRUB GRASS KILLER 


7876 


CHH 




DYRENE TURF FUNGICIDE 50% WETTABLE POWDER 


7893 


CYC 




CYTROL AMITROL-T LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


8020 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETATION KILLER STERIL GRANULAR 


8035 


RER 




REL-EX STOP-PEST LIQUID HOUSEHOLD INSECT DESTROYER 


8144 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ZINEB 15 DUST 


8159 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PREMIUM LAWN WEEDKILLER 


8167 


MOX 




AVADEX BW LIQUID HERBICIDE 


8168 


CHD 


SIE 


POL-NU PAK GROUND-LINE POLE TREAT BANDAGE 


8169 


GRA 




META SLUG PELLETS 


8170 


CHD 


SIE 


POL-NU PAK GROUND-LINE POLE TREATMENT 


8184 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SEVIN 85W SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


8211 


RHQ 




TROPOTOX PLUS 400 LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 


8223 


BAZ 




BASFAPON SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


8253 


DOW 




MCPA 300 FARM WEED KILLER SOLUTION 


8287 


DUQ 




LOROX WEED KILLER WEITABLE POWDER 


8289 


SDZ 




PENTAC 50% WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 


8352 


CHH 




LESAN (FORMERLY DEXON) 5% GRANULAR SOIL FUNGICIDE 


8370 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY VAPONA LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


8373 


ALS 




ACS GRASS KILLER 


8393 


ICI 


CHP 


TILLAM 7.2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


8404 


DOO 




CCC PENTOL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8406 


DOO 




CCC CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8419 


LAT 




CLEAN CROP PYRETHRUM EC INSECTICIDE 


8469 


INT 




CO-OP LAWN WEED KILLER 


8480 


INT 




CO-OP MALATHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE EC 


8524 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 


8556 


ROH 




DITHANE M-45 80% W.P. FUNGICIDE 


8567 


CYC 




CYGON 240 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8580 


WAL 




WATKINS FLY BAIT 


8588 


CHH 




MORESTAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


8595 


MBY 




COMPITOX PLUS LIQUID SELECIIVE WEEDKILLER 


8624 


GAX 




GARDEX 50% MALATHION EC INSECTICIDE 


8768 


CHH 




BAYGON 2% ROACH BAIT INSECIICIDE 


8770 


CHH 




BAYGON SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSEC IICIDE 


8772 


NOQ 


JAK 


BOTRAN 75W FUNGICIDE 


8775 


PLC 




PLANTFUME DDVP SMOKE FUMIGATOR 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



8781 
8791 
8799 



CGC 

STD 
STD 



8801 


STD 


8808 


CHH 


8819 


CHP 


8845 


RAW 


8871 


RHQ 


8950 


CHH 


8963 


FRT 


8971 


LAX 


8975 


CHP 


9001 


SAL 


9025 


UCA 


9033 


YAP 


9034 


LAX 


9042 


DOL 


9057 


ICI 


9082 


DUQ 


9099 


CGC 


9103 


WIL 


9103.02 


HOH 


9110 


HOS 


9171 


LAI 


9172 


CGC 


9178 


INX 


9182 


CGC 


9183 


RAL 


9186 


CGC 


9191 


CGC 


9224 


GRO 


9243 


GRA 


9257 


ELA 


9284 


CHP 


9294 


DUQ 


9312 


CHP 


9318 


UAG 


9331 


PEN 


9342 


RHQ 


9350 


CGC 


9408 


CHH 


9419 


BAX 


9448 


CGC 



FTA 



UCB 



CHP 



WIL 



CIBA-GEIGY VAPONA FOGGING SOLUXION 

SXANGARD PAINXABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVAXIVE 

STANGARD PENTA 1:4 CONCENXRAXE WR WAXER REPELLENX WOOD PRESERVA- 
XIVE 

SXANGARD PENXA WR WAXER REPELLENX WOOD PRESERVAXIVE 

DYRENE LAWN FUNGICIDE WEXXABLE POWDER 

C-I-L SLUG KILLER PELLEXS 

RAWLEIGH CAXXLE & BARN SPRAY 

AMIBEN GRANULAR PRE-EMERGENX HERBICIDE 

DYLOX LIQUID SOLUXION INSECXICIDE 

DACXHAL W-75 HERBICIDE 

LAXER'S LIQ SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 

MECOPROP AMINE 200 LIQUID SELEtXTVE WEEDKILLER 

SEVIN WEXXABLE POWDER INSECXICIDE 

WEEDONE SPOX GRASS & WEEDKILLER 

CLEAN CROP ULXRAMINE 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LAXER'S 10 MEXHOXYCHLOR DUSX INSECXICIDE FOR VEGEXABLES 

DOMINION SEVIN DISPERSIBLE POWDER FOR VEX USE ONLY 

BEXASAN 4.8-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID SELECXIVE HERBICIDE 

MANZAXE D FUNGICIDE WEXXABLE POWDER 

GREEN CROSS POXAXO DUSX INSECXICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

WILSON LIQUID MULXI-WEEDER FOR LAWNS 

HOME GARDENER XRIPLE ACXION WEED CONXROL 

SUPER SOLIGNUM 10-10 CLEAR PENXA-BASED WOOD PRESERVAXIVE 

FLOMOR FOR CONXROL OF MICROORGANISMS 

GREEN CROSS SEVIN 50% SPRAY POWDER 

CO-OP MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CIODRIN 200 BACK-RUBBER EC INSECXICIDE 

PURINA DAIRY SPRAY SPECIAL 

CIOVAP LIVESXOCK SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS MECOPROP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR INSECXICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

GREENLEAF LIME SULPHUR SOLUXION 

XREFLAN EC CONXAINS XRIFLURALIN LIQUID HERBICIDE 

MEXHOXONE AMINE 500 MCPA LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

XUPERSAN HERBICIDE WEXXABLE POWDER 

CHIPMAN MEXHOXYCHLOR 50W WEXXABLE POWDER INSECXICIDE 

CLEAN CROP ZINEB 80 WP 

PESXROY AEROSOL INSECXICIDE 

CALMIX PELLEXS WEEDKILLER & SOIL SXERILANX 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX LAWN WEED KILLER 

DYLOX PLUS MEXASYSXOX-R MULXI-PURPOSE SYSXEMIC INSECXICIDE 

NEGUVON POUR-ON CAXXLE INSECXICIDE 

CIOVAP BACKRUBBER SOLUXION 

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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9455 


GAP 




GARDO ANTI-FLEA COLLAR 


9457 


CHP 




C-I-L WEED & GRASS KILLER GRANULES 


9465 


CHV 




ORTHO SUPER WEED-B-GON 


9492 


MBE 




MARQUETTE SEVIN 50% INSECllCIDE 


9498 


CHH 




MORESTAN 2% DUST MITICIDE INSECllCIDE FUNGICIDE 


9509 


CGC 




TENORAN 50WP HERBICIDE 


9516 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MCPA AMINE 500 HERBICIDE 


9524 


LAT 




EATER'S HYBOR-D GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT 


9528 


DOW 




2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 


9535 


REC 




PENTA-PHENOL WOOD PRESERVATIVE & PRIMER-SEALER 


9537 


INT 




CO-OP FRUIT & SHRUB DUST OR SPRAY INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


9540 


FRT 


FTA 


DACAMINE 4-D LIQUID 2,4-D HERBICIDE 


9547 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 500 HERBICIDE 


9554 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP LIQUID MECOPROP HERBICIDE FOR TURF & CEREALS 


9603 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CASORON 4G GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


9656 


INT 




CO-OP SLUG BAIT INSECllCIDE PELLETS 


9669 


ROH 




DITHANE M-22 SPECIAL FUNGICIDE 


9699 


RER 




REL-EX STOP-PEST PRODUCTS LIQUID TRIPLE "A" SPRAY 


9704 


LAT 




EATER'S ROSE & FLORAL DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


9712 


DIT 




WARFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 


9726 


CHV 




ISOTOX INSECT SPRAY 


9731 


VIG 




VIGORO CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


9738 


ICI 


CHP 


IMIDAN 50- WP WHITABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


9740 


VIG 




VIGORO WEED KILLER 


9774 


REC 




RECOCHEM LIQUID CRESOZENE PESTICIDE 


9777 


CGL 




CARGILL 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


9801 


WIL 




WILSON'S LIQUID CYGON 2-E SYSTEMIC INSECllCIDE 


9802 


WIL 




WILSON 50% MALATHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE-MITICIDE 


9803 


GRA 




GREENLEAF SUPREME DORMANT OIL SPRAY 


9811 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS KILLEX LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 


9824 


ABE 




WACO 65-20 MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL CONCENTRATE 


9827 


CHH 




DYLOX 80% SOLUBLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


9832 


ISK 


IBK 


DACONIL 2787 W-75 TURF CARE 


9853 


DOW 




MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 


9858 


UAG 




PFIZER MCPA SODIUM 300 HERBICIDE 


9888 


CHV 




ORTHO BUG-GETA 3% METALDEHYDE PELLETS 


9898 


INT 




CO-OP LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


9899 


INT 




CO-OP BACKRUBBER SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 


9903 


UCA 


UCB 


SUPER D LIQUID WEEDONE 


9909 


UCB 




LIQUID AMIZINE A GENERAL WEED KILLER 


9920 


KEM 




RIDDEX MALATHION 500 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


9921 


ICI 


CHP 


STAUFFER EPTAM 2.3-G GRANULES SELEC IIVE HERBICIDE 


9927 


ICI 


CHP 


VERNAM 7.2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9958 


INT 




CO-OP GARDEN MAGGOT KILLER GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


9975 


DIT 




MALATHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


9977 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS WEED-NO-MORE LIQUID WEED KILLER 


9978 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


9986 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 


9987 


PLG 




PLANT FOG DDVP A THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 


9989 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CRABGRASS KILLER LIQUID 


9995 


CGC 




VAPONA 5% FOGGING SOLUTION 


10038 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CYGON 240EC LIQUID INSECllCIDE 


10061 


DIT 




SULFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 


10085 


NOQ 


JAK 


ENIDE 50W SELECTIVE PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE 


10099 


MBY 




X-ALL LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10110 


CGC 




CIODRIN LIVESTOCK FLY & LOUSE KILLER 


10132 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN MALATHION 500 EC INSECTICIDE 


10134 


SAF 




SANEX VAMAFOG INSECTICIDE FOGGING SOLUTION 


10150 


KEM 




RIDDEX DDVP-5 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


10176 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE GARDEN WEEDER GRANULAR 


10178 


ICI 


CHP 


RO-NEET 7.2-E EMULSIHABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10179 


ICI 


CHP 


RO-NEET 10-G GRANULES SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


10184 


OLH 




OCHEMCO SUPER 2,4-D AMINE 80 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10186 


ROH 




DITHANE M-45 POTATO SEED PIECE FUNGICIDE 


10233 


CHH 




BAYGON LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10243 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS QUINTOZENE FUNGICIDE DUST 


10256 


CHV 




ORTHO TRIOX GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 


10292 


DIT 




PYRATEX RSC ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


10304 


WIL 




WILSON SLUG BAIT PELLETS 


10305 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP STREPTOMYCIN 17 WETI ABLE POWDER 


10310 


INT 




CO-OP STOCK FLY POWDER INSECTICIDE 


10320 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR VARNISH 545-274 


10325 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS KILLEX SPOT WEEDER 


10326 


UNR 




OMITE-30W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE (FORMERLY: MITICIDE) 


10337 


CHP 




C-I-L LEAFMINER KILLER CYGON 2-E 


10338 


CHP 




AGROX N-M FUNGICIDE 


10387 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN 50% W.P. INSECTICIDE 


10401 


RHQ 




WEEDAR MCPA (UGG) AMINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10455 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN DIMETHOATE 480 E.C. SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10474 


CAX 




NATA SODIUM T.C.A. GRASS KILLER PELLETS 


10481 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS METHOXYCHLOR 240 EC 


10483 


UCA 


ALS 


WEEDAR MCPA SODIUM 


10495 


ROH 




DIKAR WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE-MITICIDE 


10511 


NOX 




NOXALL DAWGONE DOG REPELLENT DUST 


10513 


UCA 


UCB 


ORNAMENTAL WEEDER GRANULAR 


10526 


DUQ 




MANZATE 200 FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


10559 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


10569 


SAF 




SANEX WOODCHUCK BOMBS 


10585 


KEM 




RIDDEX DDVP-10 FOGGING INSECIICIDE 


10590 


CHP 




C-I-L LAWN WEEDKILLER TRICEP 


10593 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS SLUG DESTROYER PELLETS 


10603 


CHP 




CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


10617 


CHD 


SIE 


TIMPREG B POL-NU TYPE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREASE 


10619 


KVL 




K-VET SEVIN POULTRY & LIVESTOCK WETTABLE INSECIICIDE 


10621 


ICI 


CHP 


SUT AN + 10-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


10627 


INT 




CO-OP WEEDRITE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


10636 


DOW 




DURSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 


10639 


WIL 




WILSON'S LIQUID GARDEN SPRAY ALL-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 


10644 


INT 




CO-OP BUG & BLIGHT CONTROL INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE DUST 


10660 


INT 




IPCO NM DRILLBOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 


10690 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC 


10708 


FRT 


FTA 


DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


10711 


KIN 




KING Fl V POTATO DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 


10742 


LAT 




LATER'S GARD-N-AID ROSE SPRAY INSECIICIDE FUNGICIDE 


10744 


UCA 


UCB 


WEEDONE PREEMERGENCE CRABGRASS CONTROL GRANULAR 


10757 


LAT 




LATER'S RESIDUAL CRAWLING INSECT KILLER SPRAY 


10779 


REC 




MIRA-SOL INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH DEODORIZER & CLEANER 


10805 


CGC 




BENAZOLIN LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10806 


ICI 


CHP 


STAUFFER BETASAN 12.5-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


10817 


OLH 




MCPA AMINE 80 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 


10848 


DUQ 




TERSAN LSR TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


10866 


SAF 




SANEX 5MX FOG OIL INSECTICIDE 


10877 


INT 




CO-OP CYGON 2-E LIQUID SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10886 


KCD 




TERRANEB SP TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


10892 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP GLOWON LIQUID TREE KILLER 


10914 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS DIAZINON GARDEN & FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


10915 


UAG 




PFIZER MECOPROP 300 HERBICIDE 


10916 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MECOPROP PLUS 2,4-D HERBICIDE 


10949 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 


10957 


CBC 




PYRETHRUM LIQUID DIP FOR CONTROL OF BLOWFLIES ON HSH 


10959 


UNR 




PRO-GRO SYSTEMIC DUST SEED PROTECTANT 


10964 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID TREE & SHRUB SPRAY 


10965 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN WP GARDEN SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


10969 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10970 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 


10978 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BASUDIN 5G 


10985 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP 1% LINDANE DUST INSECIICIDE 


10995 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ANIMAL INSECT POWDER 


11003 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 



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11005 

11026 

11034 

11038 

11051 

11061 

11062 

11070 

11087 

11092 

11093 

11094 

11096 

11099 

11113 

11130 

11156 

11163 

11214 

11234 

11252 

11254 

11268 

11273 

11276 

11284 

11289 

11302 

11313 

11315 

11321 

11323 

11341 

11342 

11343 

11365 

11369 

11372 

11372.02 

11396 

11397 

11399 

11400 



CYC 

CGC 

UAG 

SAN 

UAG 

DUQ 

DUQ 

NOW 

INT 

HOK 

HOK 

HOK 

LAT 

ISK 

OLH 

OLH 

FAR 

RAL 

CHP 

NOQ 

ABT 

PFF 

KIN 

CHP 

UCA 

ICI 

ICI 

SDZ 

CHH 

DOW 

CHP 

SHM 

MBY 

CHM 

CHM 

SAF 

ALT 

ZOC 

APA 

ROH 

ZOC 

MGK 

ATD 



WDD 
UAG 
WDD 

IBK 
GIS 



JAK 
ABC 



UCB 
CHP 
CHP 



CGC 

SAF 
SAF 



ZOD 
ZOD 

ZOD 
WIC 
AHM 



CYTROL LIQUID POISON IVY KILLER 

CIBA-GEIGY PRINCEP 4G AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MANEB 80W FUNGICIDE 

SANFAX DYNA-KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP POTATO SEED TUBER DUST FUNGICIDE 

TERSAN 1991 TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

BENLATE FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

TARCOATE PURE COAL TAR CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 

CO-OP MCPA K-400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WARFARIN PLUS CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE POWDER 

DIPHACIN 1 10 CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE POWDER 

WARFARIN CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE POWDER 

LATER'S SEVIN 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

BRAVO W-75 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

OCHEMCO 2,4-D AMINE 96 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

OCHEMCO MALATHION 50 E.G. 

FARNAM STABLE & HORSE FLY SPRAY 

PURINA WOUND PROTECTOR WITH INSECTICIDE FOR LIVESTOCK 

C-I-L TREE & SHRUB INSECT KILLER DUTOX 

BET ANAL EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 

DIPEL WP WORM KILLER BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DALAPON SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

KING MUSHROOM DUST FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN MECOPROP + 2,4-D WEEDKILLER LIQUID 

AMILON PREEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 

EPTAM 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

EPTAM 10-G GRANULES SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

THURICIDE-HPC HIGH POTENCY AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 

BAYGON OSC INSECTICIDE 

LORSBAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

HERBITOX MCPA WEEDKILLER AGRICULTURAL 

SHELL ENDAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

ASULOX F LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

ROZOL MINERAL OIL CONCENTRATE 

ROZOL 0. 1 % DRY CONCENTRATE 

SANEX VAPO FOG INSECTICIDE 

ALSI MOTH PROOFER 

STARBAR GOLDEN MALRIN LIQUID 

APAVAP FARM SPRAY 

KERB 50-W HERBICIDE 

STARBAR GRUBEX CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

PYROCIDE MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING CONCENTRATE FOR ULVFOGGING F-7088 

DECCO APL-LUSTR WITH FUNGICIDE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11418 


BBE 




BEXCOL RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


11423 


UNR 




VITAFLO-280 LIQUID SUSPENSION 


11425 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS QUINTOZENE 75% WP FUNGICIDE 


11428 


DAL 




DAVIS & LAWRENCE FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


11436 


LAT 




EATER'S DIAZINON 5% GRANULAR LAWN & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


11437 


LAT 




EATER'S DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 


H441 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


11448 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN LAWNSAVE LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


11452 


PLG 




PLANT PRODUCTS BENOMYL WP SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 


11460 


SCR 


PLG 


TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 30% W.P. 


11466 


SCT 


DWC 


SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR FUNGICIDE V 


11478 


BAT 




BARTLETT FERBAM 76 FUNGICIDE 


11495 


LAT 




LATER'S WEED-B-GON LAWN WEEDKILLER 


11498 


CKN 


SMV 


DELE lb TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


11500 


UNR 




ROYALTAC CONTACT TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


11514 


MAR 




MANCHESTER BUG KILLER DUST 


11515 


MAR 




MANCHESTER 2 IN 1 BUG KILLER DUST 


11527 


EMA 




EMTROL TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL 


11540 


KEM 




RIDDEX 3610 ULV INSECTICIDE 


11542 


LAT 




LATER'S BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 50% WP 


11543 


CHP 




CHIPMAN HOPPER-SPRAY EMULSIHABLE CONENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


11548 


WIL 




WILSON'S BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 


11570 


NOQ 


JAK 


BETANEX EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 


11574 


INT 




2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


11576 


STD 




STAN-CHEM SODIUM TCA 95% GRASS & CONIFER KILLER 


11581 


EMA 




EMTROL TEN TOBACCO SUCKER 


11590 


CHP 




CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 


11591 


CHP 




CHIPMAN MALATHION 500 EMULSMABLE CONCENTRATE INSECllCIDE 


11592 


HOK 


UAG 


DIPHACIN 120 UNIVERSAL CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE POWDER 


11617 


STD 




STANCHEM METHOXYCHLOR 2.4 EC INSECTICIDE 


11629 


DOW 




DOWPON M GRASS KILLER WETTABLE POWDER 


11648 


NOX 




NOXALL FLEA NEK-TYE FOR CATS 


11652 


INM 


KAN 


TRICHLORFON POUR-ON CA 11 LE INSECTICIDE 


11669 


HOK 


UAG 


RAMIK GREEN RODENTICIDE 


11684 


GAX 




GARDEX PYRETHRIN EC 1-10 INSECTICIDE 


11726 


VIG 




VIGORO ANT AND GRUB KILLER 


11729 


SAN 




SANFAX LIQUID 580 EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


11787 


CHP 




C-I-L PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 2,4-D HERBICIDE & MECOPROP 


11789 


CNK 


LMB 


WEX SPRAY ADJUVANT EMULSION 


11798 


BAZ 




BASF MELTATOX POWDERY MILDEW FUNGICIDE 


11809 


CHP 




AGRAL 90 NON-IONIC LIQUID WETTING & SPREADINGAGENT 


11819 


GAX 




GARDEX VAPONA INSECTICIDE INDUSTRIAL FOGGING SOLUTION 


11836 


ROK 




TIMBER-LIFE WOOD PRESERVER GREEN 



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Agent 



Pesticide 



11852 

11855 

11880 

11911 

11913 

11925 

11945 

11971 

11972 

12035 

12071 

12093 

12094 

12099 

12100 

12120 

12132 

12134 

12138 

12146 

12162 

12221 

12222 

12236 

12247 

12263 

12269 

12279 

12301 

12303 

12310 

12311 

12374 

12438 

12484 

12512 

12533 

12538 

12560 

12579 

12590 

12611 

12645 



WEA 

GAX 

PLC 

CHP 

CHP 

NAC 

SAP 

INT 

INT 

DIS 

WBE 

VAR 

VAR 

WIL 

WIL 

CGC 

PLC 

GAP 

KVL 

LAT 

CHP 

BAZ 

SCR 

MBY 

SAP 

KEK 

MER 

CGC 

CHP 

VAR 

SAP 

SAP 

OSD 

CHP 

BAX 

HOS 

DUP 

UAG 

LAT 

SAZ 

CGC 

INT 

FAR 



CGC 



PLG 



UAG 



CVR 



WEEDEX DANDELION BAR 

GARDEX INDUSTRIAL MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING OFF 

C-I-L DIAZINON 5G GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L DIAZINON 12.5 CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

I-SO-SECT LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANEX ROZOL RODENT BAIT 

CO-OP SURFACTANT OIL CONCENTRATE LIQUID ADJUVANT 

CO-OP EMULSIFIABLE SPRAY OIL LIQUID ADJUVANT 

DISVAP-II LIVESTOCK SPRAY SOLUTION 

GOLD LEAF C-10 TOBACCO SUCKER SPRAY 

GUARDSMAN KORNOIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE ADJUVANT 

GUARDSMAN KORNOIL AGRICULTURAL ADJUVANT 

WILSON CRABGRASS KILLER 

WILSONS GRANULAR DIAZINON MAGGOTOX 

CIBA-GEIGY PREMIUM LIVESTOCK SPRAY LIQUID 

AFRICAN VIOLET SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE MITICIDE 

GARDO FORMALINE FOR FUMIGATING 

PARAFORM F POWDERED FUMIGANT 

EATER'S BULB DUST 

AGROX FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 

BASAGRAN LIQUID HERBICIDE 

TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 25% E.G. 

SEVIMOL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

SANEX WARFARIN 0.5% CONCENTRATE POWDER 

NORKEM 400 T LANDSCAPING CONCENTRATE 

THE GIANT DESTROYER 

GREEN CROSS EASOUT AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

CHIPTAC TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 

GUARDSMAN PENTA PRESERVATIVE 

SANEX PRO-3 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO-5 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

PENTOX PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

C-I-L DANDELION KILLER 

TIGUVON POUR-ON ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

SUPER SOLIGNUM PENTA-BASED PRESERVATIVE STAIN TEAK 10-16 

CLEAN CROP CASORON G-4 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP 5% DIAZINON SG (EFFECTIVE SOIL INSECTICIDE) 

EATER'S ROSE & FLOWER CARE INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE MITICIDE 

THURICIDE R-HPC FOR HOME GARDENS 

GREEN CROSS MALATHION 500 EC 

CO-OP GARDEN WEED PREVENTER GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

FARNAM KILLER KANE TABLETS WEEDKILLER 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


12650 


CHP 




C-I-L VEGETATION KILLER LIQUID STERIL 


12651 


WIL 




WILSON'S WEEDRITE GRASS & WEED KILLER GR 


12663 


CHP 




C-I-L ORGANIC INSECT KILLER LIQUID 


12675 


SAN 




SANFAX MICROTOX LIQUID INSECllCIDE CONCENTRATE 


12733 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


12766 


BAZ 




BASF CITOWETT PLUS 


12831 


CHP 




RAPID APHID KILLER 


12849 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PnZOL- 10 TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


12853 


CYC 




AVENGE 200-C WILD OAT HERBICIDE 


12857 


WIL 




WILSON'S REPELL GRANULAR DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


12860 


WIL 




WILSON'S POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 


12868 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO-5 FOGGING SOLUTION 


12886 


LAT 




LATER'S ONION MAGGOT CONTROL 


12927 


GRB 


GRZ 


ALGIMYCIN GLB-X POWDER ALGICIDE 


12968 


CHP 




C-I-L FLORl lECT INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


13006 


BAZ 




BASF PYRAMIN 65W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 


13008 


STD 




STANGARD PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13010 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA WR WATER REPELLENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13139 


ICI 


CHP 


POLE-FUME FUMIGANT 


13153 


INT 




CO-OP VA-PORFOG LIQUID FOGGING INSECllCIDE 


13162 


PVU 




FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION 37% FUMIGATOR 


13212 


CHH 




BAYGON MOS INSECTICIDE 


13241 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 


13258 


PLC 




SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 


13298 


DUQ 




LIGNASAN BLP LIQUID CONCENTRATE FUNGICIDE 


13356 


ALS 




NO- WEED AMINE 96 HERBICIDE 


13359 


HOK 


UAG 


RAMIK GREEN KILLS RATS & MICE 


13378 


MGK 


WIC 


PYROCIDE FOGGING FORMULA 7067 FOR ULV MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING 


13429 


UNR 




VITAFLO-250 LIQUID SUSPENSION 


13431 


UNR 




ARREST-75 W SYSTEMIC TURF FUNGICIDE 


13459 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO-10 LV CONCENTRATE 


13517 


CHP 




C-I-L LARVEX CUTWORM & MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR 


13525 


SAF 




SANEX DIAZINON 12.5 EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


13526 


SAF 




SANEX CYGON 2E INSECllCIDE 


13548 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION 50E 


13557 


WIL 




WILSON'S RABBITREPELL 


13558 


INT 




CO-OP METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


13570 


LAT 




LATER'S CREEPING BUTTERCUP WEED KILLER 


13582 


ALC 




NALCO-TROL EMULSION DRIFT CONTROL ADDITIVE 


13618 


STD 




STANGARD PENTA GREASE 10% GROUNDLINE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


13634 


OSD 




OSMOSE PENTOX CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 


13636 


OSD 




PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE BROWN 


13644 


MOX 




ROUNDUP LIQUID HERBICIDE 



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Agent 



Pesticide 



13655 

13657 

13691 

13695 

13723 

13727 

13761 

13779 

13852 

13861 

13865 

13866 

13883 

13886 

13889 

13910 

13912 

13917 

13935 

13965 

13975 

13984 

14007 

14008 

14009 

14010 

14019 

14027 

14064 

14069 

14107 

14113 

14118 

14120 

14133 

14134 

14160 

14165 

14187 

14188 

14193 

14214 

14241 



WIL 

WIL 

WIL 

KEM 

CHP 

UAG 

CGC 

MGK 

CGC 

DOW 

STF 

SAP 

DIS 

DUQ 

SCT 

ATC 

SAZ 

CGC 

DOW 

ICI 

MEC 

VIT 

CHC 

WIL 

WIL 

INT 

CHP 

LAT 

DUQ 

UNR 

INT 

ICI 

GHC 

GHC 

CAO 

CAO 

HVW 

DRX 

YAP 

UAG 

CHC 

RAL 

CUP 



WIC 



CHP 



ITT 



CHP 



VIR 



CHP 



GDR 



WILSON'S MANEB FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S GRANULAR WEED PREVENTER 

WILSON LIQUID DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 

KEMSAN ABATE 2-G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L DEECOP INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLES 

CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 240 INSECTICIDE 

TARGET LIQUID SYSTEMIC HERBICIDE 

PYROCIDE FOGGING CONCENTRATE 5628 

AEROMIN 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

NORBAK 60B PARTICULATING AGENT 

STAUFFER PROLATE 1 .2-EC BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX TACKY-TOES BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 

DISPAR MALATHION 50 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SURFACTANT WK SURFACE ACTIVE AGENT 

SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ONE 

TWEEN 20 NON-IONIC AGRICULTURAL SURFACTANT 

THURICIDE 16B AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR GROUND APPLICATION 

GREEN CROSS THIOGREEN 80 WP 

LORSBAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER SLURRY SEED TREATMENT INSECTICIDE 

SUT AN + ENCAPSULATED SELECTIVEHERBICIDE 

MERTECT FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE SUSPENSION 

VIRACHEM ULTRA-V INSECTICIDE 

CHEMPARA VAM ANIMAL REPELLENT 

WILSON'S STOP WEEDS WETTABLE POWDER 

WILSONS BORER KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP TOMATO DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L RODENT REPELLENT 

LATER'S ISOTOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 

KRENITE BRUSH CONTROL AGENT 

VITA VAX SINGLE SOLUTION SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

CO-OP DIAZINON 12.5% EC LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PREFAR 4.8-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID (SELECTIVE HERBICIDE) 

WOODSOL CREOSOTE 

WOODSOL PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE BLACK 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE BLACK CREOSOTE 

C-I-L DEECOP INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLES 

DREXEL - ANTAK CONTACT SUCKER CONTROL AGENT FOR TOBACCO 

CLEAN CROP MCPA 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MCPA POTASSIUM 400 HERBICIDE 

MAG-X-CIDE HERBICIDAL MIXTURE 

PURINA MALATHION SPRAY INSECTICIDE EMULSION 

COAL TAR CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14250 


ELA 




SPIKE 5%P PELLET HERBICIDE 


14277 


WIL 




WILSON EMULSIHABLE LAWN & SOIL INSECT KILLER 


14281 


AVM 




FINAL LIQUID WEED KILLER 


14313 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY AEROMIN MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14335 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14341 


CHP 




C-I-L LEAFMINER KILLER EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


14353 


SAP 




SANEX BORATON INSECTICIDE POWDER 


14356 


ROH 




DITHANE Z-78 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14377 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS TOMATO & POTATO DUST 


14412 


CHP 




DUTOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 


14414 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


14447 


CHP 




ARBORGARD RODENT REPELLENT 


14490 


CHP 




C-I-L SOIL & BULB DUST INSECl ICIDE FUNGICIDE 


14501 


PFF 




PHZER MONOLINURON 200 EC HERBICIDE 


14519 


HVW 




C-I-L FRUIT PLUS INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 


14536 


CHP 




CARTONETTE C-I-L LAWN FUNGICIDE 


14555 


PFF 




PFIZER DICHLONE 50W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14556 


CHP 




C-I-L NO HOE GARDEN WEED PREVENTER GRANULAR 


14561 


SCT 


DWC 


SCO IT S PROTURF GRANULAR WEEDGRASS PREVENTER 


14562 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ZINEB 80W FUNGICIDE 


14564 


CBE 




CANADIAN TIRE MASTERCRAFT DANDELION KILLER 


14566 


PFF 




PnZER SEVIN 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECl ICIDE 


14568 


BIE 




BIKOE DIAZINON GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


14583 


ZOD 




STARBAR INSECTICIDE BACK RUBBER CONCENTRATE 


14593 


SCT 


DWC 


SCOTTS PROTURF NEW K-O-G GRANULAR WEED CONTROL 


14610 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP FERBAM 76WG FUNGICIDE 


14621 


SMP 


SMM 


GRANULAR MONOBOR-CHLORATE + DIURON KILLER FOR GRASSES & WEEDS 


14630 


RHQ 




FRUITONE N CONTROL OF PREHARVEST APPLE DROP 


14632 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE 25-5 M.A.G. INSECllCIDE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


14656 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MALATHION 25W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14660 


SDZ 




ENSTAR 65% EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 


14706 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP SEVIN 50% W.P. CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


14709 


NCR 




NIAGARA SUPER SPRED NON-IONIC SURFACTANT WATER SOLUBLE LIQUID 


14718 


RHQ 




MCPA SODIUM 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14722 


AGL 


LMB 


AMKIL 500 2,4-D LjQUID HERBICIDE 


14723 


AGL 


LMB 


AMKIL 500 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14725 


RHQ 




AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14726 


MBY 




AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14729 


RHQ 




MALATHION 500E INSEC 1 ICIDE LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


14730 


RHQ 




MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14733 


RHQ 




MECOTURF PLUS 2,4-D DOUBLE STRENGTH LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14740 


MBY 




FERBAM 76-W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14756 


NCR 




NIAGARA STIK GROWTH REGULATOR WETTABLE POWDER 



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Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14757 


NCR 




NIAGARA METHOXYCHLOR 50-W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14761 


WBE 




RODENT REPELLENT LIQUID SUSPENSION 


14763 


MBY 




MECOTURF LIQUID HERBICIDE 


14768 


RHQ 




MANEB 80-W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14769 


RHQ 




MALATHION 25-W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14772 


MBY 




METHOXOL 240-EC INSECTICIDE LIQUID 


14773 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP ZIRAM 85W 


14798 


NCR 




SEVIN 50-W CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


14808 


NCR 




NIAGARA DICHLONE 50WP FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14825 


BAZ 




BASF POLYRAM 80W FUNGICIDE 


14828 


BAZ 




BASFPOLYRAM7DUST 


14829 


LAT 




EATER'S LAGON 2 E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


14841 


DUQ 




BENLATE T FUNGICIDE 


14846 


NCR 




NIAGARA LIME SULPHUR LIQUID INSECl ICIDE 


14851 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GARDAL ROSE & EVERGREEN DUST 


14852 


WIL 




WILSON'S BULB & SOIL DUST 


14859 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS SEVIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14861 


INT 




CO-OP SEVIN 50% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14869 


SAL 




PAR-0-SAN F POWDERED FUMIGANT 


14880 


HOH 




HOME BRAND CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14881 


HOH 




HOME BRAND PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


14882 


CHP 




AMBUSH 500EC EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14902 


CHC 




CHEMPARA BIOCIDE SOLUTION OF HERBICIDES 


14907 


UNR 




PHYGON-XL WETTABLE POWDER ORCHARD FUNGICIDE 


14915 


MBY 




CORN OIL CONCENTRATE 


14939 


NCR 




NIAGARA FERBAM 7-D FUNGICIDE-DUST 


14940 


NCR 




SECURITY FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


14963 


DUQ 




LEXONE L HERBICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


14964 


CHP 




AMBUSH 25WP WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14976 


CHP 




AMBUSH 50EC EMULSIRABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


14982 


BAZ 




BASF POLYRAM-DIAZINON FUNGICIDE INSECTICIDE DUST 


14986 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS DCT DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 


14995 


RHQ 




ZINEB 80W FUNGICIDE WEITABLE POWDER 


15001 


ELA 




SPIKE 5%G GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


15014 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM WARBLEX CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


15033 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM E.C.I. EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


15092 


SAP 




SANEX MOXY SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


15114 


LAT 




EATER'S KLEENUP DANDELION WEEDKILLER SOLUTION 


15123 


ARR 


GCC 


SANAFOAM VAPOROOTER 


15130 


CAT 




D-SECT LIQUID SPRAY & FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


15136 


ZOE 


ZOD 


ZOECON INSECT & MITE HOUSEPLANT MIST 


15143 


TIR 


TIS 


POLE TOPPER FLUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


15144 


TIR 


TIS 


OSMOBAND WOOD PRESERVATIVE BANDAGE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15149 


CHC 




KROZINE GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT HERBICIDE 


15151 


SMP 


SMM 


BOROCIL IV GRANULAR GRASS & WEEDKILLER 


15176 


ZOD 




STARBAR PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT 


15176.01 


AFL 




DELLA FLY BAIT 


15176.02 


APA 


ZOD 


APAVAP FLY BAIT 


15188 


LOR 




LORRAIN FLY PATROL BAIT 


15213 


RHQ 




ROVRAL FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


15240 


DOW 




MCPA DEA 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 


15256 


CHM 


SAF 


MAKI 0.1% DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15257 


CHM 


SAF 


MAKI LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15258 


INT 




CO-OP WARBLE KILLER RTU POUR -ON TREATMENT 


15266 


NCR 




NIAGARA BLUESTONE SUPERRNE SOLUBLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


15297 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS NUVANOL 20% E.G. 


15304 


CHP 




C-I-L QUACK GRASS KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 


15319 


MKA 


LTR 


DANEX (TRICHLORFON) 80 SP COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


15325 


LAT 




EATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


15344 


CGC 




BASUDIN FM INSECTICIDE 


15359 


ZOD 




STARBAR LOUSE KILL POUR-ON EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


15404 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PREMIUM WEED & PAVE SOLUTION 


15414 


AGB 


GRO 


GALLEX (CROWN GALL CONTROL) 


15415 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROTENONE SPRAY ORGANIC INSECTICIDE (WETTABLE POWDER) 


15416 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 


15423 


STF 


CHP 


STAUFFER PROLATE 8-OS POUR ON BEEF CATTLE INSECTICIDE 


15472 


KEM 




RIDDEX 36 1 0/D ULV INSECTICIDE 


15473 


RHQ 




ZIRAM 85W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


15475 


SAF 




SANEX 10-1 PLUS FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


15494 


GAX 




GARDEX INDUSTRIAL D-TRANS MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 


15538 


UNR 




VITA VAX POWDER SYSTEMIC SEED PROTECTANT 


15544 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP LINURON 400L HERBICIDE 


15565 


SAF 




SANEX PROX-120 ULV INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


15590 


WBE 




GREEN CROSS POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT DUST 


15606 


NCR 




NIAGARA PHENOXYLENE PLUS LIQUID WEED KILLER 


15608 


CHP 




EQUAL 65WP FUNGICIDE AGRICULTURAL 


15654 


MKA 


LTR 


FOLPAN 50WP (FOLPET) FUNGICIDE 


15668 


LAT 




EATER'S SUPER WEED-B-GON LAWN WEEDKILLER 


15669 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GARDAL ROSE & FLOWER GUARD 


15671 


CAX 




AFESIN 2 EC HERBICIDE 


15679 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE 0. 1 % DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15680 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 


15688 


WEC 




WEALL & CULLEN GARDEN SPRAY 


15701 


CGH 




ECTIBAN 25 FLY KILLER 


15723 


ISK 


IBK 


BRAVO 500 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 


15724 


ISK 


IBK 


DACONIL 2787 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



15729 

15730 

15737 

15742 

15756 

15771 

15775 

15798 

15857 

15882 

15887 

15903 

15954 

15970 

15994 

16016 

16023 

16027 

16036 

16041 

16041.01 

16042 

16042.02 

16043 

16061 

16069 

16080 

16081 

16084 

16099 

16102 

16106 

16120 

16154 

16155 

16160 

16162 

16168 

16169 

16189 

16200 

16207 

16208 



SAF 

SAF 

INT 

INT 

CGC 

CHP 

LAT 

LAT 

BAZ 

ROH 

DOW 

MEL 

CGC 

DWE 

KEM 

LAT 

LAT 

AMV 

SHM 

ZOD 

AFL 

ZOD 

APA 

HOK 

CGC 

CHH 

NOQ 

CGC 

INT 

SAF 

UAG 

LAT 

LEW 

ZOC 

RHQ 

LAT 

PEF 

CHH 

CGC 

UNR 

WIL 

GRX 

GRX 



GRO 
CGC 



ZOD 
MAE 



JAK 



ZOD 



SHL 



SANEX MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

SANEX 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CO-OP SEVIN 80% WP WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP BACKYARD CLEAN-UP LIQUID WEEDKILLER SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS THIRAM FLOWABLE TURF FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT 

EATER'S SEVIN 40% LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S PHALTAN ROSE & GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

BASF PYRAMIN PL LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 

TRITON XR ADJUVANT 

DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

DOOM ROACH DESTROYER 

GREEN CROSS WEED GUARD WEED PREVENTER 

DURSBAN TURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MALFOG 45 FOGGING CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S METHOXYCHLOR 25% E.G. ALL-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S CHICKWEED CLOVER & THISTLE KILLER 

FRUIT nX CONCENTRATE 

SHELL SANBAR LIVESTOCK & RESIDUAL WALL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR DAIRY SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

DELLA DAIRY SPRAY 

STARBAR STOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

APAVAP STOCK SPRAY 

HOPKINS SODIUM TCA WEED KILLER 

GREEN CROSS BORER SPRAY LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON 200 READY TO USE ULTRA LOW VOLUME INSECTICIDE 

FICAM D DUST INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS SOIL & BULB DUST 

CO-OP SENTINEL FLY KILLER EC LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MALATHION 50 E.G. LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID 

LATER'S POTATO & TOMATO DUST INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

OAK LAKE CATTLE BACKRUBBER LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

VET-KEM PARAMITE DIP OR SPONGE-ON EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

LATER'S BUGBAN-C LAWN INSECT SPRAY 

SHELL VENDEX 50W MITICIDE 

MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 

GREEN CROSS TRUMP SLUG KILLER 

THIRAM 320 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

MALATHION 25-W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

METHOXYCHLOR 240 INSECTICIDE EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16210 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 91 LINDANE IN MINERAL OIL 


16212 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP PnZOL 8-10 TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 


16221 


BAX 




SENDRAN LIQUID TICK & FLEA DIP 


16238 


PFF 




PnZER 50 DRUM TCA SOLUTION HERBICIDE 


16244 


UNR 




ALANAP-3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16254 


HOK 


PFF 


UNITE FOR LIQUID FERTILIZER-HERBICIDE MIXTURES 


16273 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER BUG KILLER FOR ROSES 


16279 


DUQ 




LOROX L HERBICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


16280 


UAG 




SPRAY STUFF AMINE 500 2,4-D WEED KILLER 


16281 


TSB 


OGC 


SPRAY STUFF AMINE 600 2,4-D WEED KILLER 


16286 


CGH 




ECTIBAN 5 FLYKILLER 


16302 


CHH 




MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 


16309 


PLG 




VENDEX 50W WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 


16363 


CAX 




AFOLAN F LINURON FLOW ABLE HERBICIDE 


16377 


CUQ 




CUPRINOL STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE SEMI-TRANSPARENT 


16387 


CHH 




DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


16402 


LAX 




LATER' S SLOW-GROW PLANT GROWTH RETARDANT 


16403 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS PATORAN 670FW 


16420 


GUS 


UNR 


GUSTAFSON 42-S THIRAM FUNGICIDE 


16436 


PFF 




PFIZER DY-AMINE HERBICIDE 


16437 


LIN 




WEEDROLLER FOR LAWN WEEDS HERBICIDE 


16448 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BASUDIN FM 


16452 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP FERBAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 


16454 


PFF 




PFIZER DYCLEER 24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16458 


DWE 




LORSB AN 1 5G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


16464 


USB 


USR 


BORAX FOR CONTROL OF FOMES ANNOSUS 


16465 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION FUNGICIDE ACARICIDE 


16483 


KEM 




ULTRAFOG ULV INSECTICIDE 


16485 


FAR 


GIS 


SNAIL JAIL SLUG & SNAIL BAIT 


16498 


NAC 




NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH FENOCIL LIQUID WEED KILLER 


16509 


LAT 




LATER'S GROWN CARE MITE KILLER SPRAY 


16542 


WIL 




WILSON'S PILL-KILL SELECl IVE LAWN WEED KILLER 


16548 


RHQ 




AMITROL-T LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16565 


CHH 




POUNCE EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


16568 


NCR 




NIAGARA FORMALDEHYDE 370 DISINFECTANT FUMIGATOR 


16598 


SAN 




SANFAX WK-82X SELECIIVE WEEDKILLER 


16613 


ICI 


CHP 


SURPASS 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


16636 


ABT 


ABC 


PROMALIN SOLUTION PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


16645 


LAT 




LATER'S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 


16656 


UCA 


UCB 


SEVIN RP 2 CARBARYL INSECIICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 


16664 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 


16694 


MEC 




ARBOTECT 20-S (THIABENDAZOLE) 


16708 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16732 


SAF 




SANEX DIMETHOATE 40 EMULSIHABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


16740 


SAF 




SANEX FOSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 


16758 


JOL 




ZAP SUREKILLER INSECT POWDER 


16781 


CHP 




C-I-L SOLGARD ANT & GRUB KILLER 


16795 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 704 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16796 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 707 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16797 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 709 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16798 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 713 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16799 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 716 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16800 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 717 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16801 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 723 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16802 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 726 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16803 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 91 1 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16804 


OLY 


OLX 


OLYMPIC WEATHER SCREEN 913 STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


16810 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL TALCORD INSECTICIDE 


16817 


LAT 




LATER'S CASORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


16835 


CLR 


AGT 


SPOTRETE-F FLOWABLE TURF FUNGICIDE 


16845 


NUX 




NUODEX ZINC 8% FUNGICIDE 


16846 


NUX 




NUODEX COPPER 8% FUNGICIDE 


16858 


DWE 




DOWELANCO TREFLAN 545 B.C. SELECTIVE LIQUID HERBICIDE 


16877 


CER 




CERTIFEN LIQUID WEED KILLER 


16895 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BOVAID EAR TAG INSECTICIDE 


16905 


CHP 




CHIPMAN LIMAX SLUG KILLER BAIT 


16936 


CLB 


SAU 


PURGE CB-40 AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 


16937 


BAZ 




BASF ASSIST OIL CONCENTRATE 


16950 


INT 




CO-OP TOTAL VEGETATION CONTROL GRANULES 


16971 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS KILLEX 500 TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


16974 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM GOLDEN FLY BAIT GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


16994 


DOW 




DOW FORMULA 40F FORESTRY HERBICIDE 


16995 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP FORESTAMINE LIQUID HERBICIDE FOR FORESTRY 


16997 


WEP 




ASSAULT LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 


17042 


CHP 




TUBERSEAL POTATO SEED PIECE DUST 


17053 


KEK 




NORKEM 600XP INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 


17054 


EMO 




EL 66XP (KILLS VEGETATION) 


17110 


TIR 


TIS 


WOODFUME FUMIGANT 


17129 


CUB 




CUPRINOL PENTA #2 LIQUID WOOD PRESERVER 


17130 


CUB 




CUPRINOL PENTA #2 (WR) LIQUID WOOD PRESERVER 


17132 


INT 




CO-OP TREFLAN E.C. LIQUID HERBICIDE 


17185 


GRX 




SEVIN 50-W CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 


17198 


WIL 




WILSON'S SLUG BAIT PELLETS 


17223 


MKA 


LTR 


TRIFLUREX 40 EC HERBICIDE 


17243 


ELA 




HERITAGE SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 


17262 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BANISECT CONCENTRATE INSECIICIDE 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



17275 


PFF 


17308 


INT 


17321 


ZOC 


17324 


ZOD 


17372 


INT 


17378 


WIL 


17383 


PFF 


17402 


YAP 


17411 


INT 


17415 


FEM 


17416 


FEM 


17422 


SAF 


17423 


INT 


17426 


GRX 


17451 


SAF 


17455 


SAF 


17457 


CGC 


17462 


SAF 


17482 


WIL 


17502 


BAZ 


17508 


INT 


17509 


INT 


17510 


INT 


17511 


INT 


17530 


MBE 


17532 


CHP 


17536 


SAF 


17607 


SAF 


17609 


CGC 


17630 


DIS 


17648 


MBE 


17649 


CHP 


17658 


SAF 


17660 


NCR 


17663 


PLC 


17673 


CHP 


17679 


BAX 


17682 


PLU 


17685 


CHP 


17686 


MBE 


17689 


MIF 


17737 


CGC 


17781 


DUP 



ZOD 



FRN 
FRN 



CHH 



PFIZER MCPA DEA 500 HERBICIDE 

CO-OP LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE SUSPENSION 

STARBAR PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BELT 

KABAT TOBACCO PROTECTOR 

CO-OP SOIL & INDOOR INSECTICIDE EC 

WILSON'S SOIL STERILIZER 

PFIZER STAMPEDE 360 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP SUPER SPREADER-STICKER 

WEEDAWAY 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DEB ANTIC 50WP INSECTICIDE 

DEBANTIC INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

SANEX BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

CO-OP POTATO & TOMATO DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

MALATHION 500 INSECTICIDE LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX MALATHION 25WP INSECTICIDE 

SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS CAPTAN 10 WETTABLE POWDER 

SANEX GREENTEK VAPO T-R (AEROSOL) 

WILSON'S BORDO FUNGICIDE SPRAY WP 

BASF POAST LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 

WEED-AWAY MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WEEDAWAY MCPA-K 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WEEDAWAY MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID WEED KILLER 

WEED-AWAY 2,4-D AMINE 600 

MARQUETTE FRUIT AND GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

FRUIT PLUS FRUIT TREE SPRAY WETTABLE POWDER 

SANEX SEVIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ANT & GRUB KILLER 

GREEN CROSS BRUSHEX DICAMBA/2,4-D 

DISBAR BLUE FLY BAIT 

MARQUETTE SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE FOR FRUIT AND ORNAMENTALS 

C-I-L FRUIT & GARDEN FUNGICIDE (SYSTEMIC) 

SANEX DANDELION & BROADLEAF WEED KILLER 

NIAGARA NIA-TROL EMULSION DRIFT CONTROL ADDITIVE 

PLANT PRODUCTS SLUG KILLER 

AMBUSH 1% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

PARA POWDER FOR FLEAS & TICKS 

MALATHION-PLUS POUDRE ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER LIQUID SEVIN 

MARQUETTE SEVIN GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

NIX III NON-SELECTIVE VEGETATION KILLER 

GREEN CROSS MECO-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

BACTOSPEINE SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 



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283 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



17796 

17800 

17802 

17816 

17866 

17867 

17893 

17898 

17913 

17967 

17971 

18007 

18023 

18031 

18042 

18067 

18075 

18076 

18088 

18106 

18113 

18118 

18121 

18143 

18145 

18149 

18223 

18225 

18259 

18267 

18273 

18319 

18333 

18336 

18384 

18471 

18480 

18483 

18484 

18508 

18523 

18612 

18632 



CBE 

SDZ 

FLE 

CHP 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

SAF 

WIL 

CGC 

CGC 

INT 

CAX 

YAP 

YAP 

PFF 

INT 

SAF 

SAF 

CGC 

SAF 

UNR 

CGH 

INT 

ICI 

DWE 

GPB 

PFF 

CGC 

EMO 

PFF 

EMO 

SAF 

ISK 

CHP 

MBY 

CHP 

BAX 

ZOC 

CAX 

WIL 



CHP 



IBK 



ZOD 



MASTERCRAFT CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID 

PENTAC AQUAFLOW MITICIDE 

FLEXO LEMON QUAT DISINFECTANT DEODORIZER CLEANER 

C-I-L MALATHION ORNAMENTAL INSECT KILLER 

CIBA-GEIGY VENDEX 50W MITICIDE 

BOVAID EAR TAG 

CIBA-GEIGY SANBAR INSECTICIDE 

ENDAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS VAPONA INSECTICIDE PEN 

SANEX JUNGLE POWER PRESSURIZED INSECT REPELLENT 

WILSON'S LIQUID SEVIN CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS VAPONA YARD & PATIO FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS GUARD'N PRIDE LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

IPCO SPIKE 5%G HERBICIDE 

HOE-GRASS 284 HERBICIDE EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

CLEAN CROP SURE-SHOT 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP SURE-SHOT FORESTAMINE 250 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PFIZER DY-AMINE II HERBICIDE 

IPCO METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

SANEX GARDENER'S WEED PREVENTER GRANULES 

SANEX AMINE 500 FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX WEED BAR 

SANEX TURF-RITE PREMIUM WEED KILLER 

ROYAL MH 60SG PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

ATROBAN INSECTICIDE EAR TAG 

CO-OP BARN SPRAY & BACKRUBBER CONCENTRATE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SUTAZINE-i- SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

LONTREL HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL LIQUID 

VEGEKILL LIQUID WEED KILLER 

LINURON 50W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX GX LIQUID HERBICIDE 

EMPIRE EL 44 TERTIARY FORMULA 2,4-D 

ENVIROBAC WP BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE BUTO-PIP SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

SANEX CRABGRASS PREVENTER 75-WP 

FRIGATE AGRICULTURAL SURFACTANT 

C-I-L METHOXYCHLOR BLACK FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER 

AMIBEN DS CHLORAMBEN HERBICIDE 

C-I-L DIAZINON FRUIT & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

SENDRAN BREAK-AWAY COLLAR FOR CATS 

STARBAR WIPE-ON FOR HORSES WITH REPELLENT 

RIVAL EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WILSON ROSE & FLOWER DUST 



77 



284 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



18635 


CGC 


18683 


PLU 


18685 


UCB 


18723 


DIS 


18776 


CHP 


18788 


UNR 


18792 


DIS 


18793 


AUL 


18822 


RHQ 


18865 


INT 


18868 


CHP 


18879 


USB 


18895 


WIL 


18899 


CHP 


18911 


CHP 


18933 


UNR 


18935 


CHP 


18942 


CGC 


18948 


INT 


18950 


CGC 


18951 


INT 


18951.01 


INT 


18963 


PLG 


18969 


DIS 


19003 


TNS 


19146 


UAG 


19149 


PEJ 


19171 


CHP 


19172 


KEM 


19235 


CGC 


19353 


CGH 


19364 


UAG 


19375 


KEM 


19391 


SAP 


19395 


SAP 


19400 


SAP 


19421 


BUL 


19423 


CPB 


19424 


RCR 


19426 


CGC 


19465 


CGC 


19466 


ABT 


19479 


KEM 



USR 



CSY 



PEL 



ANE 



ABC 



CIBA-GEIGY SANBAR READY-TO-USE LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

PLUS MALATHION SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

CERONE LODGING CONTROL FOR CEREALS 

DISVAP FOGGING SOLUTION 

CHIPMAN MOUSER BAIT STATION 

ANCHOR SYSTEMIC & CONTACT SEED PROTECTANT 

DISVAP INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

AUSTIN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

SUPER SPRED NON-IONIC SURFACTANT 

WEED-AWAY PREMIUM THREE WAY LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 

C-I-L AMBUSH TREE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

20 MULE TEAM TIM-BOR 

WILSON (LIQUID CONCENTRATE) SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 

C-I-L CHLORISECT SOIL & LAWN INSECT KILLER E.C. 

C-I-L ROSE & GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

VIT A VAX 200 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE LIQUID FOR VEGETABLES 

GREEN CROSS EVER-READY VEGETATION KILLER 

CO-OP TRIMEX TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

CO-OP TRIMEX PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER LIQUID 

MASTERCRAFT PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 

TRILLION LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 

DISVAP 50 WETTABLE POWDER POULTRY & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

TENNESSEE BRAND TRI-BASIC COPPER SULFATE FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 

PENNWALT DECCO PEACH NECTARINE LUSTR 274 WITH FUNGICIDES 

CYMBUSH 12.5% WP PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 

KEMSAN METHOXYCHLOR 240 EC INSECTICIDE 

CIBA-GEIGY STOCKAID EAR TAG 

ECTIBAN INSECTICIDE TAPE 

CLEAN CROP MALATHION 500 

KS CIO HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX TURF-RITE 2-1-2 DOUBLE STRENGTH HERBICIDE 

SANEX TRI-KIL SUPREME WEED KILLER 

SANEX TRI-KIL TÛRF HERBICIDE 

BUS AN 1020 

ROACH PRUFE POWDER 

ROACH DIE-IT 

GREEN CROSS BAR-FOX D.S. HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS EASOUT TURF & ORNAMENTAL FUNGICIDE 

VECTOBAC-200G BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 

BORADUST INSECTICIDE FOR CONTROL OP COCKROACHES IN HOMES 



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285 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



19480 
19531 
19534 
19606 
19667 
19668 
19715 
19731 
19810 
19831 
19849 
19914 
19919 
19928 
19956 
20005 
20006 
20007 

20072 

20076 

20087 

20089 

20110 

20118 

20123 

20124 

20193 

20216 

20233 

20305 

20306 

20308 

20311 

20326 

20342 

20379 

20395 

20402 

20403 

20404 

20412.01 

20417 

20461 



KEM 

RHQ 

SCT 

ZOD 

KEM 

KEM 

PSF 

INT 

UAG 

SDL 

WIL 

GCP 

SAP 

WIL 

UNR 

SAP 

SAP 

SAP 

SAP 

ZOD 

BAZ 

CGC 

RHQ 

ZOD 

ICI 

ICI 

DUQ 

CYC 

DUP 

INT 

INT 

INT 

INT 

INT 

CHP 

CGC 

INT 

PLU 

PLU 

INN 

BRX 

CGC 

CHP 



CHP 



UAG 



CCN 



CCN 
ARK 



BORADUST INSECTICIDE (COMMERCIAL) 

SEVIN XLR PLUS CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ONE WITH DIAZINON 

PRECOR 5E PLEA GROWTH REGULATOR 

KEMSAN BORADUST-M INSECTICIDE DUST 

KEMSAN BORADUST-PLUS INSECTICIDE DUST 

KILLMASTER II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP PAR III 

BUGCON RESIDUAL SPRAY 

WILSON SEED TREAT FUNGICIDE DUST 

LIQUID ROTENONE ORGANIC INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ROACH POWDER INSECTICIDE DUST 

WILSON LIQUID ANT & GRUB KILLER 

SLO-GRO 60SG PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

SANEX MAGGOT KILLER 

SANEX DIAZINON 5G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

SANEX EARWIG ANT & GRUB KILLER 

SANEX SLUG & SNAIL KILLER PELLETS 

STARBAR EQUINE STABLE SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

POLYRAM DP FUNGICIDE WATER DISPERSIBLE GRANULAR 

GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 

ROVRAL GREEN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

STARBAR EQUINE PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT 

DEVRINOL 50- WP WETTABLE POWDER SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

DEVRINOL 10-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE GRANULAR 

LOROX DP HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 

GUARDIAN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

PFIZER CASORON G-2 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA K 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO PREMIUM 2-WAY TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 

TRICEP TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX WEED STICK HERBICIDE 

CO-OP HORNET & WASP KILLER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

DIMETHOATE PLUS EMULSIHABLE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

MIST-PLUS INSECTICIDE 

INSECTO-MIST INSECTICIDE COMMERCIAL 

BIRD-PROOF TRANSPARENT BIRD REPELLENT LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

C-I-L TREE & SHRUB INSECT KILLER DUTOX 2 



79 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



20468 


KEM 


20472 


WIL 


20475 


MEM 


20476 


MEM 


20491 


MEM 


20492 


MEM 


20534 


WBC 


20550 


IMT 


20552 


ROH 


20553 


ROH 


20600 


BAZ 


20688 


CAX 


20692 


GRO 


20698 


INT 


20707 


MMN 


20718 


DIM 


20738 


SDL 


20739 


SDL 


20741 


SDL 


20742 


SDL 


20746 


SDL 


20747 


SDL 


20748 


SDL 


20765 


CGC 


20766 


CGC 


20785 


MBS 


20789 


CGC 


20803 


CGC 


20828 


WHM 


20851 


CGC 


20852 


CGC 


20853 


CGC 


20862 


MOX 


20863 


MOX 


20864 


MOX 


20878 


ZOD 


20947 


JOC 


20959 


CHP 


20965 


CHP 


20981 


CGC 


20987 


CHP 


21028 


MEM 


21056 


DIV 



WIL 

DIS 

WIL 



CCN 



GDR 



GAX 



SBL 



CCN 



KEMSAN DARKLING BEETLE DUST INSECTICIDE 

WILSON PATIO GRASS & WEED KILLER 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD 50% MALATHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE-MITICIDE 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID INSECT SPRAY DIAZINON 12.5% 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID DANDELION KILLER 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID WEED KILLER 

PURGE FOAM INSECT REPELLENT FOR HORSES 

GREEN CROSS SLUG TAPE 

DITHANE F-45 FUNGICIDE 

DITHANE DG FUNGICIDE 

BASF SUMITHION 50EC 

AFOLAN F HERBICIDE 

ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

1493 3M HOME & KENNEL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

ECOBRITE LIQUID(SAPSTAIN & MOLD PREVENTATIVE FOR LUMBER) 

BUGCON EARWIG ELIMINATOR 

BUGCON ANT & SPIDER KILLER 

BUGCON ROACH DESTROYER 

BUGCON TOTAL EXTERMINATOR 

BUGCON EARWIG ELIMINATOR SPRAY 

BUGCON ANT & SPIDER KILLER SPRAY 

BUGCON ROACH DESTROYER SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS ANT & GRUB KILLER LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS CHINCH BUG & LAWN INSECT KILLER LIQUID 

CORRY'S LIQUID SLUG & SNAIL CONTROL 

GREEN CROSS DIAZINON 5G GARDEN & LAWN INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS SPIDER KILLER LIQUID 

WHITMIRE PT250 BAYGON INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID MOSQUITO KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID EARWIG ELIMINATOR 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID LEATHERJACKET KILLER 

WRANGLER LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LAREDO LIQUID HERBICIDE 

RENEGADE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

STARBAR GOLDEN MARLIN LIQUID 

POSITIVE CHARGE ROACH EXTERMINATOR 

C-I-L TRICEP LAWN WEEDKILLER 

C-I-L SPIDERBAN EC 

KILLEX SUMMER FORMULA 

C-I-L CHLORISECT LAWN INSECT KILLER 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID INSECTICIDE FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 

NUMBER'S UP SPRAY INSECT KILLER 



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287 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



21057 

21058 

21059 

21083 

21090 

21184 

21188 

21189 

21190 

21262 

21278 

21279 

21324 

21336 

21349 

21353 

21389 

21390 

21394 

21430 

21431 

21496 

21507 

21593 

21609 

21699 

21720 

21847 

21850 

21852 

21853 

21933 

22002 



DUQ 

BAZ 

DUQ 

SDL 

RHQ 

CHP 

CGC 

CGC 

CGC 

MOX 

GRC 

GRC 

WSG 

CHP 

WIL 

DUQ 

PFF 

PFF 

INH 

VAR 

VAR 

GRC 

UAG 

MOX 

WBE 

STV 

NOQ 

PLG 

WIL 

WIL 

WIL 

INT 

DUQ 



PLG 
PLG 



PLG 



JAK 



MANZATE 200DF DRY FLOWABLE (POWDER) FUNGICIDE 

BASF MERGE ADJUVANT 

REHNE HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 

BUGCON TOTAL EXTERMINATOR SPRAY 

LO-DRIFT EMULSIRABLE DRIFT CONTROL ADDITIVE 

C-I-L BETASAN CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID GYPSY MOTH KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID CATERPILLAR KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID TENT CATERPILLAR KILLER 

EZJECT HERBICIDE CAPSULES 

AGRIBROM GRANULES 

AGRIBROM TABLETS 

IMPEL (BORON) RODS WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

C-I-L WEEDOL WEED & GRASS KILLER 

WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC ROTENONE INSECT SPRAY WP 

LOROX DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 

PFIZER PRONONE 5G GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

PFIZER PRONONE lOG GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

INSECTA INTERIOR USE CLEAR FORMULA 

GUARDSMAN MCPA 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AGRIBROM (FOR CONTROL OF MICROBIAL SLIMES) 

CLEAN CROP LINURON 480 HERBICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

EXPEDITE GRASS & WEED HERBICIDE 

MCPA 300 FARM WEED KILLER SOLUTION 

PHYTON 27 FUNGICIDE BACTERICIDE 

SPIN-AID POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 

DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

WILSON HOSE-SPRAY MALATHION INSECTICIDE-MITICIDE 

WILSON HOSE-SPRAY DIAZINON INSECTICIDAL SPRAY 

WILSON HOSE-SPRAY ANT AND GRUB KILLER 

WEEDAV/AY MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

PINNACLE HERBICIDE 



TOTAL: 1020 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


790208C 
800278C 


VIGORO INC. 
701 EVANS AVE. 
SUITE 909 

TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M9C 1A3 

O.M. SCOTT & SONS MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 


GOLDEN VIGORO AND CRABGRASS PREVENTER 
SCOTTS PROTURF FF II 14:3:3 WITH 15% QUINTOZENE 



288 



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Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


810904C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRITE 2:1:5 TURF FERTILIZER WITH FUNGICIDE 


841422C 


O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWNRD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 


SCOTTS 32-4-3 FERTILIZER PLUS DICOT WEED 
CONTROL III 


841703C 


PLANT PRODUCl S CO. LTD. 
314 ORENDA ROAD 
BRAMALEA, ONTARIO 
L6T IGl 


PLANT-PROD 0-0-6 WITH 15% QUINTOZINE 


850083C 


CAPO INDUSTRIES LTD. 
1200 CORPORATE DR. 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7L 5R6 


GREENPOWER INSECTICIDE AND FERTILIZER 


851789C 


NUTRITE INC. 
BOX 160 

ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRIIE NUTRI-Q 0-0-6 WITH 15% QUINTOZENE 


860098C 


WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD STREET 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 


WILSON LIQUID FEED & BUG AWAY 15-2-3 LAWN 
FOOD 


870055C 


SPRAY & GREEN PERT. INC. 

P.O. BOX 360 

1 100 LECLAIRE ST. ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 

JOL I TO 


SPRAY & GREEN FERTILIZER & INSECTICIDE 


87015IC 


RCR INT'L 

2295 METROPOLE STREET 
LONGUEUIL, QUEBEC 
J4G 1E5 


STRATA FERTILIZER/INSECTICIDE 15-3-3 


871(X)2C 


MELNOR MFG. LTD. 
80 MORTON AVE. E. 
BRANTFORD, ONTARIO 
N3T 5T3 


MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID LAWN WEED & FEED 


871019C 


PLANT PRODUCTS CO.LTD. 
314 ORENDA RD. 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T IGl 


PLANT PROD 32-4-9 TURFGARD 


880(X)6C 


O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWNRD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 

43041 


SCOTTS INSECT CONTROL PLUS FERTILIZER 28-6-4 
WITH 3.60% DIAZINON 


90002 IC 


SO-GREEN CORP. 

P.O. BOX 8750 

DON MILLS, ONTARIO 

M3C3G9 ^ 


SO-GREEN PREMIUM PLUS 3 WEED & FEED 21-7-7 


900028C 


CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 


AERO GREEN 10-6-4 WEED & FEED WITH KILLEX 

TOTAL: 15 



O. Reg. 15/93, s. 5. 



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289 



6. Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 4 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



283 


DTC 


869 


WOB 


1365 


CHV 


1620 


NOX 


1686 


CGC 


2039 


SAF 


2525 


REC 


2528 


REC 


2994 


CAA 


3271 


STQ 


3272 


STQ 


3276 


RAW 


3758 


NOX 


3872 


HAU 


4305 


SAF 


5565 


OSD 


6234 


JOH 


6590 


MAZ 


6592 


MAZ 


6758 


RAW 


6944 


WIL 


7137 


REC 


7545 


RAW 


7668 


ROR 


7670 


ROR 


7704 


HAU 


7745 


HAU 


7762 


REC 


7857 


ABE 


7873 


PGH 


8078 


CHH 


8198 


CAO 


8376 


HAU 


8478 


HAU 


8718 


POP 


8719 


DTC 


8748 


HAU 


8784 


HAU 


8834 


HAU 


9021 


HAC 


9154 


AMW 



CCN 
CCN 



AMZ 



DEE-TEE MOTH KILLER (PARADICHLOROBENZENE) 

G.H. WOOD MOTHKILLER CRYSTALS 

ORTHO VOLCK OIL SPRAY 

NOXALL ANT DOOM POWDER 

DERITOX GARDEN GUARD INSECTICIDE DUST 

SANEX FLEA-X INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 

RECOCHEM MOTH BALLS 

RECOCHEM PARA-ZENE MOTH CRYSTALS 

CADILLAC MOTH CRYSTALS 

STANHOME PERFUMED CRYSTALS KILLS CLOTHES MOTHS 

STANHOME MOTH CAKE 

RAWLEIGH MOTH CRYSTALS 

NOXALL PROLIN RAT BAIT MEAL 

HARTZ MY-T-MITE POWDER 

SANEX RODENTKIL 

OLYMPIC WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

RAID LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

MARCO MOTH CRYSTALS DEODORANT 

MARC-0 MOTH BALLS 

RAWLEIGH'S MOTH & DEODORANT BLOCKS 

WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

RECOCHEM NERO INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 

RAWLEIGH ROACH & ANT KILLER 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR LIQUID 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN I FLEA POWDER 

RECOCHEM RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

WACO DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 

BAYTEX ORNAMENTAL INSECTICIDE 

BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH SOLUTION 

ITCH-STOP DOG LOTION 

POULIN'S RAT & MOUSE POISON 

CERTIFIED CITRONELLA OIL INSECT REPELLENT 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY 

HARTZ DOG FLEA POWDER 

HAGEN BIRD BATH 

AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT 

83 



290 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


9162 


EGC 


9167 


CGC 


9189 


NOX 


9203 


JOH 


9221 


WIL 


9228 


WOB 


9572 


CHH 


9573 


CHH 


9626 


HAU 


9676 


CHH 


9749 


JOH 


9749.01 


CBE 


9754 


JOH 


9756 


LIO 


9780 


BOY 


9930 


PEV 


10153 


HAU 


10154 


HAU 


10165 


SAP 


10209 


HAC 


10311 


BOY 


10371 


NOX 


10377 


PLB 


10403 


HAC 


10415 


INT 


10438 


INT 


10448 


WIL 


10489 


CAT 


10490 


CAI 


10521 


CGC 


10565 


CHP 


10568 


CHP 


10591 


BOY 


10611 


PLB 


10652 


CGC 


10713 


CHP 


10781 


REC 


10865 


CGC 


10871 


RBN 


10872 


SGT 


10888 


CHH 


10921 


CGC 


10946 


WIL 



Agent 



COF 



OGI 



OGI 



CCN 



Pesticide 



MIROL INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID ANT KILLER 

NOXALL CAT & DOG FLEA POWDER 

OFF! FRESH OUTDOOR SCENT INSECT REPELLENT 

WILSON DORMANT OIL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

G.H. WOOD INSECT-0-STRIP 

BAYGON RESIDUAL HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY 

BAYGON HOUSEHOLD INSECT RESIDUAL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA SOAP 

BAYTEX 1% GRANULAR RESIDUAL MOSQUITO LARVICIDE 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

MASTERCRAFT HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

RAID YARD FOGGER 

LION BRAND MOSQUITO COILS 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

FLY SCREEN 

HARTZ INDOOR NO REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

HARTZ OUTDOOR NO REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

SANEX 1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

HAGEN UNIVERSAL SHOWER BATH FOR HAMSTERS & GERBILS 

BLACK FLAG ANT & ROACH KILLER 

NOXALL SCAT'S OFF CAT & DOG REPELLENT LIQUID 

SCENT-OFF TWIST-ONS 

HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR CATS 

CO-OP FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER INDOOR OUTDOOR 

CO-OP FLY KILL SPACE SPRAY LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

WILSON'S REPELL DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

D & L FLEA & TICK POWDER 

D & L FLEA & TICK SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS WARFARIN RAT KILLER BAIT 

C-I-L ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 

SCENT-OFF PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

C-I-L HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

RECOCHEM COPPER II GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY RESIDUAL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA POWDER 

SERGEANT'S FLEA SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

BA^VTEX 0.5% READY-TO-USE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS DOG & CAT OUTDOOR GRANULAR REPELLENT 

WILSON'S ROSE & FLOWER SPRAY 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


10967 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK POWDER 


11004 


JOH 




OFF! INSECT REPELLENT 


11171 


NOX 




NOXALL CAT & DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


11172 


NOX 




NOXALL DOG FLEA SHAMPOO LIQUID 


11193 


JOH 




RAID MOSQUITO COILS 


11204 


JOH 




RAID WASP & HORNET KILLER 


11219 


REC 




"Z" INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 


11368 


SUE 




CEDAR MOTH PROOFER 


11383 


WIL 




WILSON'S ANT & ROACH SPRAY 


11384 


WIL 




WILSON'S WASP & HORNET SPRAY 


11419 


PHY 


HUB 


VETZYME JDS INSECTICIDAL DOG SHAMPOO 


11430 


REC 




CANADIAN TIRE INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 


11453 


REC 




MASTERCRAFT MOTH BALLS 


11454 


REC 




MASTERCRAFT MOTH CRYSTALS 


11471 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ANT TRAP 


11481 


JOH 




RAID ANT COCKROACH & EARWIG KILLER 


11727 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC MOSQUITO COIL A-50 


11839 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG FLYING INSECT KILLER 


11841 


TRO 




TROJAN TRO-PELL TRL-455 INSECT REPELLENT 


12054 


HAU 




LONGLIFE ALGI-STOP 


12226 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS GCP PRUNING PAINT 


12312 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR 4-MONTH INSECT STRIP 


12346 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY BUG SPRAY QUICK KILLING INSECTICIDE 


12401 


NOZ 




NOXEMA INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


12402 


NOZ 




NOXEMA TAN & GUARD LOTION 


12476 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L FLOWER & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


12591 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS SWAT INSECT STRIP (FORMERLY: NO-PEST STRIP) 


12670 


CHP 




CHIPMAN PRUNING SPRAY PRESSURIZED 


12673 


CHP 




C-I-L DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


12782 


WIL 




WILSON PRUNING PAINT 


12788 


INT 




CO-OP VA-POR FLY STRIP INSECTICIDE 


12859 


WIL 




WILSON'S SPOT WEED 


12889 


DIV 




NUMBER'S UP INSECT KILLER 


12945 


REC 




RECOCHEM NERO INSECT REPELLENT 


12955 


CHP 




C-I-L INSECTICIDE STRIP 


13003 


UCB 




TRE-HOLD SPRAY PAINT 


13029 


HAC 




HAGEN OUTDOOR REPELLENT 


13030 


HAC 




HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS 


13055 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13086 


SAP 




SANEX MOXY INSECT KILLER 


13171 


CHP 




CHIPMAN DOG & CAT REPELLENT GRANULAR 


13179 


WIL 




WILSON'S HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER 


13183 


WIL 




WILSON'S JET HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


13266 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 CAT COLLAR 


13333 


BUX 




BURTON'S RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13438 


FAR 


GIS 


ROLL-ON FLY REPELLENT INSECIICIDE 


13457 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 DOG COLLAR 


13519 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 


13552 


JOH 




RAID INSECT STRIP 


13554 


FAR 


GIS 


FARNAM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT BOMB II 


13606 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13607 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE IN 1 EGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


13661 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


13662 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


13692 


WIL 




WILSON HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


13692.01 


JOH 




RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER TRIGGER SPRAY 


13692.02 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


13850 


YON 


SHC 


ABSORBINE SUPERSHIELD FLY REPELLENT & INSECIICIDE 


13922 


FAR 


FAM 


SWAT FLY REPELLENT CREAM 


13978 


RAW 




MR. GROOM LIQUID FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


13990 


JOH 




OFF! INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTES 


14020 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


14057 


WIL 




WILSON'S 1% DIAZINON ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT DESTROYER 


14059 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA SHAMPOO 


14101 


LAK 


HAU 


LAMBERT KEY ZENOX SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


14116 


WIL 




WILSON LIQUID ANTEX KILLS ANTS 


14119 


GHC 




WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 


14121 


GHC 




WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 


14152 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS MOUSE BAIT 


14153 


RAW 




RAWLEIOH INSECT REPELLENT 


14219 


WIL 




WILSONS DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT KILLER POWDER 


14242 


REC 




RECOCHEM NERO MOSQUITO COILS 


14285 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


14316 


STO 




REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 


14318 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS TREE WOUND DRESSING 


14326 


WAL 




WATKINS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 


14352 


WAL 




WATKINS HOUSE & FLOWER GARDEN INSECI ICIDE 


14375 


CGC 




S.W.A.T. YARD & PATIO FOGGER 


14380 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANl^TRAPS WITH PROPOXUR 


14495 


RAL 




PURINA HOME & GARDEN SPRAY 


14514 


JOH 




RAID VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 


14573 


ZOD 




VET-KEM FLEA & TICK POWDER 


14577 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


14605 


CHP 




CHIPMAN WASP & HORNET KILLER 


14668 


SFR 




SAFER'S INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 


14681 


MBY 




SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14688 


FLF 


ABS 


FLORALIFE HOUSEPLANT INSECT SPRAY 


14703 


CHP 




C-I-L LIQUID ANT KILLER 


14762 


CHP 




C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER DUST 


14794 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS TOMATO FRUIT SET 


14811 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTE 


14891 


WOB 




G.H. WOOD MOTHKILLER MOTH BALLS 


14919 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 


14920 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 


14921 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR DOGS 


14922 


HAU 




HARTZ REFLECl ING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR CATS 


14928 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


14929 


RBN 




SERGEANTS FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


14950 


CHP 




C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 


14951 


MBE 




BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 


15076 


SAF 




SANEX SKEETER BOMBS PYRETHRIN CAPSULES 


15253 


WIL 




WILSON'S POTTED PLANT SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 


15337 


JOH 




RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


15351 


REC 




RECORD 100 INSECT REPELLENT 


15411 


JOH 




RAID FLYING INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


15550 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT BLASTER 


15568 


SAF 




SANEX VAPO INSECT STRIP 


15569 


HAU 




HARTZ DOG FLEA SOAP 


15578 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 


15579 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 


15580 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 


15583 


JOH 




OFF! PUMP SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 


15656 


HAU 




HARTZ B IRD DEFENDER 


15667 


STO 




REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 


15693 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG TRIPLE ACTION BUG KILLER 


15694 


CGC 




SOREXA SUPER MOUSE BAIT 


15695 


CGC 




SOREXA CR-2 SUPER MOUSE & RAT BAIT 


15711 


SAF 




SANEX MOXY PLUS INSECT KILLER 


15713 


SAF 




SANEX D-PEST INSECT KILLER 


15757 


JOH 




RAID MOTH PROOFER 


15766 


STQ 


CCN 


STANHOME HOUSE & GARDEN SPRAY INSECl ICIDE 


15883 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S PUMP CAT FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


15884 


RBN 




SERGEANT'S DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


15892 


WIL 




WILSON'S POTTED PLANT INSECT SPRAY 


15899 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER NATURAL BUG KILLER FOR VEGETABLES 


15936 


ABE 




WACO BUGKILL AEROSOL INSECl ICIDE 


15975 


LAT 




LATER'S TOMATO FRUIT SET SPRAY 


16056 


SAF 




SANEX JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 


16063 


JOH 




RAID FLYING INSECT BUG KILLER 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16082 


LAX 




EATER'S PRESSURIZED INSECT KILLER FOR HOUSE & GARDEN 


16088 


BAX 




SENDRAN INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 


16144 


GCP 




FLEA KILLER FOR PETS 


16152 


JOL 




SUREKILLER RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 


16196 


JOH 




RAID WEED KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


16214 


LAT 




EATER'S LIQUID ANT KILLER 


16218 


LAT 




EATER'S LATHRIN CONCENTRATE (1 TO 3) INSECTICIDE 


16219 


LAT 




EATER'S GROW 'N' CARE HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER R.T.U. 


16222 


BAX 




SENDRAN TICK & FLEA DAB-ON 


16247 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC X- 1 00 INSECT REPELLENT 


16282 


SAF 




SANEX PRO CONCENTRATED INSECTICIDE 


16283 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 


16294 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS DERITOX ORGANIC INSECTICIDE DUST 


16341 


JOH 




RAID MOSQUITO COILS 


16487 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC ANT TRAP 


16496 


INT 




CO-OP ANT & ROACH RESIDUAL SPRAY 


16515 


WIL 




WILSON'S ROOTS LIQUID ROOT STIMULATOR WITH FUNGICIDE 


16516 


WIL 




WILSON'S PRESSURIZED SPRAY FRUIT SET 


16527 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


16528 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 


16529 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


16533 


WIL 




WILSON'S CUTWORM & SOWBUG BAIT 


16535 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 


16546 


WIN 




VETATIX INSEC IICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 


16553 


ADV 




AC ADVANCE QUAT 


16561 


SFR 




SAFER'S INSECTICIDAL SOAP FOR HOUSEPLANTS (NATURAL) 


16600 


LAT 




EATER'S DIPHA-TOX RAT & MOUSE KILLER BAIT 


16606 


FOP 




FOSSIL FLOWER INSEC 1 ICIDAL SOAP (CONCENTRATE) 


16607 


CGC 




INSECTICIDAL SOAP FOR FLOWERS & VEGETABLES 


16673 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 


16699 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


16700 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 


16701 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE MOUSE KILLER MEAL 


16709 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG OUTDOOR FOGGER 


16765 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L KERIGARD INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 


16773 


CHP 


CCN 


C-I-L ANT & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


16774 


MBE 




FORMISOL ANT & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER INSECTICIDE 


16782 


CHP 




C-I-L SOLGARD ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 


16832 


JOH 




RAID CRACK & CREVICE ROACH FOAM 


16851 


SAF 




SANEX RESMEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 0.25% 


16859 


CSM 




BLACK FLAG MOSQUITO COILS 


16888 


MBE 




RIDSECT HOUSE & GARDEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


16973 


SAF 




SANEX HOUSE & GARDEN INSECllCIDE 



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Registration No. 



17033 

17038 

17049 

17055 

17103 

17122 

17151 

17152 

17194 

17195 

17238 

17239 

17267 

17268 

17307 

17315 

17316 

17340 

1734] 

17343 

17396 

17398 

17399 

17400 

17435 

17471 

17492 

17522 

17523 

17538 

17539 

17546 

17556 

17586 

17587 

17674 

17709 

17763 

17764 

17775 

17783 

17798 

17799 



Registrant 



HAC 

BOY 

INT 

REC 

SFR 

CGC 

WIL 

LEO 

BOY 

PIC 

WIS 

WIS 

HAC 

HAC 

SFR 

AVM 

QUA 

CHP 

SAP 

REC 

JOH 

CHP 

CHP 

ZOD 

PUG 

PIC 

BOY 

RBN 

REN 

SAP 

JOH 

WIL 

SAP 

PIC 

PIC 

ZOC 

SFR 

SUP 

QHP 

PUG 

BOY 

WIL 

WIL 



Agent 



ABS 

LEE 
AOK 
AOK 



LEE 



LEE 
LEE 
ZOD 



CCN 



Pesticide 



HAGEN BIRD GUARD 

BLACK FLAG NOOK & CRANNY BUG KILLER 

CO-OP BROMONE MOUSE KILLER CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 

RECOCHEM CEDAR SCENTED MOTH BALLS 

SAFER'S DE-MOSS MOSS & ALGAE KILLER 

GREEN CROSS HOUSE PLANT INSECTICIDE 

WILSON ANT TRAP 

TROPI GUARD II INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

PIC INSIDE/OUTSIDE BUG KILLER 

REPEL 100 INSECT REPELLENT LIQUID 

REPEL INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

HAGEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 

HAGEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 

SAFER'S FLEA SOAP FOR DOGS 

COMMAND INSECTICIDE 

MAGNA 2 SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

CHIPMAN SOLGARD CUTWORM AND MAGGOT KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 

RECOCHEM LIQUID ANT KILLER 

RAID ANT TERMINALS 

C-I-L FLORAL INSECT KILLER (READY-TO-USE) 

C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 

VET-KEM PLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

PARASECT INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

PIC ROACH KILLER 

BLACK FLAG VAPONA NO-PEST STRIP 

SERGEANT'S DOG PLEA SPRAY 

SERGEANT'S CAT PLEA SPRAY 

SANEX 5% SEVIN DUST INSECTICIDE 

RAID CATERPILLAR & GYPSY MOTH KILLER 

WILSON'S GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 

SANEX DORMANT OIL 

PIC WASP & HORNET KILLER 

PIC ANT, ROACH & SPIDER KILLER 

VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE PLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 

SAFER'S PLEA SOAP FOR CATS 

SUNFRESH HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

QUALITY PLUS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

SMASH HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

BLACK FLAG TENT CATERPILLAR KILLER 

WILSON ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 

WILSON HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL TRIGGER SPRAY KIT 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17836 


WOL 




WOOLCREST HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


17957 


BOY 




COMBAT LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 


17959 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 PLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 


17960 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 


17961 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR CATS 


18014 


WIL 




WILSON LAWN WEED KILLER 


18014.01 


JOH 




RAID LAWN WEED KILLER 


18072 


LAT 




EATER'S ROSE & FLOWER INSECT KILLER 


18073 


LAT 




EATER'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 


18074 


PUG 




SMASH IV HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


18087 


LAT 




EATER'S WEED-B-GON WEED KILLER 


18093 


PGH 




THE ORIGINAL MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 


18105 


PIC 


ABS 


PIC 75% DEET INSECT REPELLENT 


18108 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR DOGS 


18109 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR CATS 


18111 


SAP 




VET TEK FLEA SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER 


18116 


WIL 




WILSON VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY READY-TO-USE 


18116.01 


JOH 




RAID TOMATO & VEGETABLE SPRAY 


18116.02 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY 


18117 


WIL 




WILSON FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 


18117.01 


JOH 




RAID FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 


18117.02 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 


18141 


SFR 




SAFER' S DE-MOSS & ALGAE KILLER READY-TO-USE 


18194 


WIS 


AOK 


REPEL INSECT REPELLENT PUMP SPRAY 


18195 


WIS 


AOK 


REPEL 100 INSECT REPELLENT NON-AEROSOL PUMP 


18252 


SAP 




SANEX WASP & HORNET KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18289 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY ROSE/FLOWER INSECTICIDE 


18290 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE 


18295 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY KILLEX READY-TO-USE SPOT WEEDER 


18303 


SAP 




SANEX CABBAGE DUST INSECTICIDE 


18332 


CHP 




C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


18349 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS EVER-READY CREEPY CRAWLY PEST CONTROL 


18355 


SPR 




SAFER'S ROSE & FLOWER INSECl'lCIDE R.T.U. (NATURAL) 


18356 


SPR 




SAFER'S AFRICAN VIOLET INSECl ICIDE 


18364 


MLS 


MLO 


CUTTER EVERGREEN SCENT INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18365 


MLS 


MLO 


CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18366 


MLS 


MLO 


CUTTER EVERGREEN SCENT INSECT REPELLENT CREAM 


18367 


MLS 


MLO 


CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT CREAM 


18383 


CHP 




C-I-L SPOT WEEDER (READY-TO-USE) 


18397 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


18402 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR CATS & KITTENS) 


18403 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR DOGS & PUPPIES) 


18404 


TOM 


CCN 


TOMLYN LICE & MITE SPRAY (FOR PET BIRDS) 



90 



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297 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18418 


SFR 




SAFER' S DE-MOSS FOR LAWNS CONCENTRATE 


18423 


APA 




APAVAP SPRAY FLYING INSECT KILLER 


18444 


ZOD 




VET-KEM FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


18445 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG TOMATO & VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 


18449 


JOH 




RAID LIQUID ANT KILLER 


18474 


INT 




CO-OP TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT CONTROL LIQUID 


18475 


INT 




CO-OP ROSE & ORNAMENTAL INSECT CONTROL LIQUID 


18476 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS INSECTIPEN 


18494 


JOL 




INSTANT SUREKILLER RESIDUAL PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18499 


HOH 


ROT 


RIVER TRAIL LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 


18505 


ZOD 




VET-KEM IN lEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA & TICK COLLAR 


18506 


ZOD 




BREAK-AWAY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


18507 


BAX 




SENDRAN FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


18511 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


18512 


ZOC 


ZOD 


VET-KEM BREAK-AWAY FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


18517 


WOL 




WOOLCREST ANT & ROACH KILLER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18518 


WOL 




WOOLCREST HORNET & WASP KILLER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18543 


PIC 




PIC X-100 DEET INSECT REPELLENT 


18547 


SCU 


CRY 


SCHULTZ INSTANT HOUSE PLANT & GARDEN INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18552 


PIC 


LEE 


PIC LIQUID ANT KILLER 


18637 


SUF 




SUNFRESH READY-TO-USE SPOT WEEDKILLER 


18661 


CHZ 




COGHLAN'S MOSQUITO COILS 


18687 


GCP 




ANT, COCKROACH AND CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


18696 


SUF 




SUNFRESH READY-TO-USE ROSE & FLOWER INSECT KILLER 


18697 


SUF 




SUNFRESH TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 


18708 


SFR 




SAFER' S FRUIT & VEGETABLE INSECIICIDE (NATURAL) 


18778 


PGH 




MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT WITH SUNSCREEN LOTION 6 


18790 


INN 




INSECTO NO 2 COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


18801 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ANT & GRUB KILLER 


18802 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CUTWORM DUST INSECTICIDE 


18839 


SUF 




SUNFRESH READY-TO-USE INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 


18909 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR CATS 


18910 


HAU 




HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR DOGS 


18974 


WIL 




WILSON ROACH DESTROYER 


18992 


WIL 




WILSON PARAFHNIZED RAT & MOUSE BAIT PELLETS 


18993 


WIL 




WILSON BAIT BLOKS KILLS RATS & MICE 


19005 


CAA 




CADILLAC MOTH KILLER PERFUMED BLOCK 


19015 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG WASP & HORNET KILLER 


19016 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG FLEA KILLER 


19038 


ZOD 




ZODIAC FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


19061 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 


19107 


DFT 




THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN INSECT REPELLING-JACKET OR PANTS 


19161 


JOL 




SUREKILLER GARDEN & HOUSE PLANT SPRAY 



91 



298 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


19194 


DFT 




THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN INSECT REPELLENT 


19209 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


19210 


ZOD 




ZODIAC BREAK AWAY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


19211 


ZOD 




ZODIAC INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 


19216 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER (100% NATURAL) 


19228 


WIL 




WILSON EARWIG DESTROYER GRANULES 


19234 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER 2 


19234.01 


AMX 




BANDIT LONG ACTING PREMISE SPRAY 


19244.02 


AMX 




FLY FOGGER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19250 


SGT 




SERGEANT'S HOUSEHOLD FLEA KILLER SPRAY 


19273 


INT 




CO-OP SUPER INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 


19275 


BOY 




COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT 


19283 


KEM 


CCN 


ATACK HORNET & WASP KILLER INSECIICIDE SPRAY 


19284 


KEM 


CCN 


ATACK ANT & ROACH KILLER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19294 


ICC 


PRT 


HOT FOOT BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 


19306 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER 


19307 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


19308 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 


19322 


MLS 


MLO 


CUTTER MAXIMUM STRENGTH INSECT REPELLENT LIQUID 


19332 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE BREAK-AWAY FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


19333 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 


19390 


JOL 




SUREKILLER ANT KILLER 


19394 


ONA 




GREEN EARTH SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 


19437 


SFR 




SAFER'S FRUITS & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE (NATURAL) 


19444 


SFR 




SAFER' S APHID & WHITEFLY KILLER NATURAL (R.T.U.) 


19445 


SFR 




SAFER'S SPIDER MITE SPRAY (NATURAL) 


19449 


SFR 




SAFER'S APHID & WHITEFLY INSECTICIDE (NATURAL) 


19452 


JOL 


CCN 


SUREKILLER CRAWLING INSECTICIDE II 


19454 


BDN 


HOD 


POKON PLANT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


19460 


SFR 




SAFER'S FLEA & TICK SPRAY (R.T.U.) 


19464 


ONA 


WIL 


GREEN EARTH LIQUID INSECTICIDE HOUSEPLANT SPRAY 


19475 


HAC 


ZOD 


HAGEN PETS & PREMISE FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 


19526 


CYC 




MAXFORCE ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 


19567 


LAT 




EATER'S PRUNING SEAL 


19587 


BAX 


CCN 


PARA-PREMISE INSECl ICIDE SPRAY 


19590 


JOH 




RAID ANT ROACH& EARWIG BUG KILLER 


19599 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS WITH INTEGRAL BUCKLE 


19600 


HAC 




HAGEN 4 PLUS 2 SAFETY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 


19601 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS WITH INI EGRAL BUCKLE 


19602 


HAC 




HAGEN SAFEIY COLLAR FOR CATS 


19651 


PUG 




PUROGUARD R.K. 42 READY-TO-USE RESIDUAL SPRAY 


19688 


CHP 




C-I-L CHLORISECT SOIL & LAWN INSECT DUST 


19691 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 



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299 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



19703 

19737 

19737.01 

19742 

19742.01 

19759 

19769 

19770 

19771 

19785 

19816 

19829 

19856 

19876 

19901 

19902 

19903 

19904 

19905 

19906 

19909 

19915 

19918 

19929 

19953 

19962 
20003 
20068 
20070 
20085 
20086 
20117 
20194 
20198 
20203 
20223 
20230 
20234 
20235 
20375 
20376 
20378 
20440 



SFR 
VTR 
AMX 
VTR 
AMX 
CHP 
WIL 
INT 
INT 
WIL 
CYC 
SFR 
KEM 
INT 
MOX 
MOX 
MOX 
MOX 
MOX 
MOX 
PGH 
CGC 
BOY 
SFR 
BOY 
PFP 
CHP 
LAT 
CGC 
PFP 
PFP 
BOY 
FUB 
SUX 
SFR 
SAF 
SOT 
BOY 
BOY 
TNR 
TNR 
WIL 
BOY 



CCN 



CCN 
CCN 



CCN 
MOL 
MOL 
MOL 
MOL 
MOL 
MOL 



MIM 
CCN 



MIM 
MIM 



CCN 



TNQ 
TNQ 



SAFER'S SULPHUR DUST FUNGICIDE MITICIDE 

CYCLE BREAKER 4 FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

BANDIT FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 

CYCLE BREAKER 5 INSECTICIDE DIP 

BANDIT DOG & CAT INSECTICIDE DIP 

C-I-L EARWIG KILLER DUST 

WILSON ANT & ROACH KILLER 

CO-OP FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER 

CO-OP CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

WILSON ANT, ROACH, EARWIG KILLER 

IMPACT ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 

SAFER'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE RTU 

ATACK INDOOR INSECT KILLER 

CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CLEAR-IT 1 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CLEAR-IT 2 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CLEAR-IT 3 NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

SIDE-KICK #1 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 

SIDE-KICK #2 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 

SIDE-KICK #3 NON-SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS KILLER 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY PRESSURIZED 

GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR BAIT 

BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER 

SAFER'S ROSE & FLOWER INSECTICIDE (NATURAL) 

BLACK FLAG ANT & EARWIG KILLER 

PPP FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

C-I-L WASP & HORNET KILLER 

LATER'S FLEA-B-GON FLEA & TICK KILLER 

GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

PPP FLEA & TICK HOME & KENNEL POWER SPRAY 

PPP FLEA & TICK SPRAY 

BLACK FLAG ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 

FULLER HOUSE & GARDEN #1012 INDOOR/OUTDOOR INSECTICIDE 

SUPER X HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

SAFER'S ANT KILLER 

SANEX TRI-KILL R.T.U. SPOT WEEDER LIQUID SPRAY 

SERGEANT'S RUG PATROL FLEA KILLER SPRAY 

COMBAT MOSQUITO REPELLENT STICK 

BLACK FLAG ANT BAITS 

BEN'S 100 INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

BEN'S 100 INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

WILSON EARWIG & ROACH KILLER 

BLACK FLAG LIQUID ANT KILLER 



93 



300 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


20445 


MOX 




EVER-READY ERASE NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


20446 


MOX 




ERASE CONCENTRATED NON-SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 


20455 


PGH 


CCN 


MUSKOL LITE INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 


20460 


WIL 




WILSON FUNGUS GNAT KILLER 


20471.01 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 


20496 


LNG 




PARACLENZ FLEA & TICK INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOAM 


20503 


SFR 




SAFER'S EARWIG KILLER (NATURAL) 


20504 


SFR 




SAFER'S EARWIG KILLER (NATURAL) 


20561 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFER'S NATURAL CATERPILLAR KILLER 


20562 


SFR 


SFA 


SAFER'S NATURAL CATERPILLAR KILLER 


20563 


SFR 




SAFER'S TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


20564 


SFR 




SAFER'S TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


20565 


SFR 




SAFER'S INDOOR TROUNCE INSECTICIDE 


20566 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE (CONC.) 


20570 


ZOD 


CCN 


VET-KEM PREMISE SPRAY 


20574 


ORM 


CCN 


ORMOND TENOCIDE FOAM FLEA & TICK KILLER 


20667 


HOW 


CCN 


PRO-HARDWARE HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


20668 


HOH 


CCN 


HOME GARDENER HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 


20669 


JAN 


CCN 


SIPHEX-14 CARPET & PREMISE CONTACT & RESIDUAL SPRAY 


20671 


DIS 


CCN 


DISPAR FLEA-3 PRESSURIZED CONTACT & RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


20674 


DIS 


CCN 


DISPAR FLEA-2 FLEA & TICK SPRAY 


20677 


DIS 


CCN 


DISPAR FLEA-1 FLEA & TICK FOAM SHAMPOO 


20678 


BAX 


CCN 


FLEATOL MOUSSE SHAMPOO 


20679 


MMN 


CCN 


3M #1491 FLEA & TICK FOAM SHAMPOO 


20693 


BAX 


CCN 


PARA FOAM FLEA & TICK QUICK BREAKING FOAM 


20694 


ZOD 


CCN 


VET-KEM QUICK BREAKING INSECTICIDE FOAM FOR CATS & DOGS 


20695 


JAN 


CCN 


SIPHEX-14 MOUSSE (FLEA & TICK FOAM) 


20717 


SEX 




SILO R.K. 42 DOMESTIQUE 


20763 


WIL 




WILSON FLEA & TICK POWDER 


20763.01 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER FLEA & TICK POWDER 


20763.02 


AMX 




BANDIT FLEA & TICK POWDER 


20773 


JOH 




RAID ROACH & EARWIG TERMINALS 


20778 


AIG 


CCN 


KONK PRO INSECT KILLER 


20783 


AIG 


CCN 


KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 


20784 


PFP 


MIM 


PPP FLEA & TICK MOUSSE 


20848 


SFR 




SAFER'S ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


20854 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG INSECT STRIP 


20918 


ZOD 




VET-KEM SIPHOTROL HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 


20972 


ROK 




GOLDEX MOTH BALLS 


21010 


WIL 


CCN 


WILSON JET FOAM WASP & HORNET KILLER 


21030 


HRY 




EASY-OFF CARPET FLEA KILLER 


21036 


HOH 


CCN 


HOME GARDENER CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


21037 


HOW 


CCN 


PRO-HARDWARE EARWIG & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 



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301 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


21050 


SEX 


PUG 


EXTERMINATOR IN A BOTTLE SMASH IV INSECTICIDE (RTU) 


21072 


SHT 


CHP 


C-I-L MOUSEBUSTER WITH RATAK 


21082 


HOH 


CCN 


HOME GARDENER HORNET & WASP KILLER 


21087 


HOW 


CCN 


PRO HARDWARE HORNET & WASP KILLER 


21108 


MRR 




MR ROACHKILLER 


21112 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECllCIDAL SOAP 


21113 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH INDOOR-OUTDOOR INSECTICIDAL SOAP 


21118 


VTR 




CYCLEBREAKER 2 (PREMISE AEROSOL SPRAY) 


21120 


VTR 




CYCLEBREAKER 4 FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


21121 


VTR 




CYCLEBREAKER 5 INSECIICIDE SOLUTION 


21165 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH CONCENTRATED NATURAL ANIMAL REPELLENT 


21166 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH READI-SPRAY NATURAL ANIMAL REPELLENT 


21206 


ZOD 




VET-KEM OVITROL PLUS FOR DOGS & CATS (WITH PRECOR) 


21274 


AYC 


SHU 


IMPACT ANT CONTROL SYSTEM 


21296 


WIL 




WILSON FLEA & TICK POWDER 


21299 


JOH 




OFF! SKINTASTIC LOTION INSECT REPELLENT (WITH ALOE VERA) 


21321 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL SOAP (HOSE SPRAY) 


21322 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH INDOOR-ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL SOAP 
(CONCENTRATED-MIX) 


21333 


ZOD 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR SMALL DOGS 


21334 


ZOD 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 


21340 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE COCKROACH & ANT KILLER 


21341 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE EARWIG KILLER 


21342 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE ANT KILLER 


21347 


ZOD 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 


21350 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC ROl HNONE INSECT DUST 


21357 


ZOD 




VET-KEM SIPHOTROL P.M. (KILLS FLEAS) 


21373 


ZOD 




VET-KEM SIPHOTROL PLUS KILLS FLEAS 


21393 


INH 




INSECTA 1000 


21422 


SFR 




SAFER S ROTENONE ORGANIC GARDEN DUST 


21424 


TNR 


TNQ 


NATRAPEL INSECT REPELLENT (SPRAY) 


21425 


TNR 


TNQ 


NATRAPEL INSECT REPELLENT (LOTION) 


21453 


WIL 




WILSON R.T.U. REPELL DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


21474 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 


21500 


VTR 


WIL 


CYCLE BREAKER FLEA & TICK POWDER 


21510 


NAC 




KILLEMOL 


21511 


MTK 




LAY'EM LOW PRESSURIZED INSECIICIDE SPRAY 


21512 


CER 




PUMMEL PRESSURIZED INSECT SPRAY 


21540 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 


21541 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR CATS 


21542 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS CARPET FLEA CONTROL SPRAY 


21543 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS YARD & PREMISE SPRAY 


• 21547 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS INSECT REPELLENT (PRESSURIZED SPRAY) 


21548 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR CATS & DOGS 



95 



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O. Reg. 15/93 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


21552 


JOH 




DEEP WOODS PUMP SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 


21558 


MMN 




3M PET & PREMISE FLEA SPRAY 


21576 


BOY 




COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


21578 


AMX 




BANDIT PREMISE AEROSOL SPRAY 


21579 


AMX 




BANDIT INSECTICIDE SOLUTION CONCENTRATE (FOR DOGS & CATS) 


21580 


AMX 




BANDIT FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO (FOR DOGS & CATS) 


21592 


AMX 




BANDIT FLEA & TICK POWDER 


21607 


RAK 




RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS DOG & CAT REPELLENT 


21622 


AMX 




BANDIT PET AEROSOL SPRAY 


21623 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER I PET AEROSOL SPRAY 


21631 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER 3 PET PUMP INSECT. SPRAY 


21632 


AMX 




BANDIT PET PUMP INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


21635 


CGC 




NATURAL SOLUTION GARDENA^EGETABLE BUG KILLER 


21743 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT, ROACH & EARWIG (TRIGGER PUMP) 


21744 


ZOD 




ENDALSECT FLEA SPRAY FOR DOGS 


21747 


ZOD 




ENDALSECT FLEA SPRAY FOR CATS 


21759 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER (TRIGGER PUMP) 


21761 


ZOD 




ZODIAC ENDALSECT CARPET SPRAY 


21762 


ZOD 




ZODIAC ENDALSECT PREMISE FLEA SPRAY 


21793 


JOH 




RAID ANT, ROACH & EARWIG BUGKILLER 


21825 


JOH 




RAID ANT, ROACH, EARWIG BUG KILLER FOR CRAWLING INSECTS 


21880 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 


21890 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 


21908 


BOY 




BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER 


21936 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH DIO BUG & SLUG KILLER 

TOTAL: 583 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


800367A 

841305C 
841306C 


CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 

HSONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONT 
L4Z2Z1 

nSONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONT 
L4Z2Z1 


CHIPMAN KERIGROW ROOTING POWDER 

FOSSIL FLOWER HOUSEPLANT GROW & GUARD 

FOSSIL FLOWER ROSE & FLOWER BUG KILLER & 
PLANT FOOD 



96 



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303 



Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


841307C 
841409C 


FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA. ONT 
L4Z 2Z1 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. ' 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 


FOSSIL FLOWER GARDEN BUG KILLER & PLANT 
FOLIAR FEED 

WILSON MOSS KILLER PLUS PLANT FOOD 

TOTAL: 5 



O.Reg. 15/93, s. 6. 



7. Schedule 5 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 5 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


3891 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME 103 INSEC SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


5710 


CHH 




SYSTOX SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8106 


CHH 




GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE CROP INSECTICIDE 


8740 


CHH 




DI-SYSTON LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 


8779 


PLG 




PLANT-FUME PARATHION SMOKE FUMIGATOR 


9275 


CHH 




DASANIT SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 


9519 


CHH 




Dl-SYSTON 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


10011 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 25 WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


10101 


CHH 




GUTHION 50% WP CROP INSECIICIDE 


10363 


FMC 


ARN 


FURADAN 480 FLOW ABLE 


10392 


CHH 




SYSTOX LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYS lEMIC INSECTICIDE 


10741 


SHM 


CGC 


SHELL BIRLANE 400EC INSECTICIDE 


10828 


CHH 




FURADAN 480 FLOW ABLE SYSTEMIC INSECIICIDE 


10868 


DUQ 




LANNATE SP INSEC IICIDE 


11144 


NOQ 


JAK 


CARZOL SP MITICIDE-INSECnCIDE SOLUBLE POWDER 


12287 


CHH 




MONITOR 480 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


12347 


RHQ 




TEMIK lOG GRANULAR ALDICARB 


12434 


CHV 




ORTHO MONITOR 480 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


12556 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN PARATHION 960 EC INSECTICIDE 


13334 


ICI 


CHP 


DYFONATE II 20-G GRANULAR SOIL INSECTICIDE 


13336 


CGC 




SUPRACIDE 250EC 


13956 


PFF 




PFIZER PARATHION 960 EC 


14731 


MBY 




AQUA-PAR ATHION 800-E INSEC IICIDE LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


14777 


MBY 




PARATHION 15W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 


14952 


PFF 




PFIZER PARATHION 15W WETTABLE POWDER INSEC IICIDE 


15082 


PFF 




PFIZER TERRAMYCIN TREE INJECTION FORMULA 


15268 


CYC 




COUNTER 15-G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 



97 



304 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15645 


MKA 


LTR 


AZINPHOS METHYL 50W WETTABLE POWDER 50% INSECTICIDE 




16351 


DEC 


ABE 


DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS FOR CONTROL OF GROUNDHOGS 




16412 


CHP 




CHIPMAN APM 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 




17037 


CYC 




COUNTER 5-G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 




17419 


CHH 




AMAZE 720 EMULSIHABLE INSECTICIDE 




17533 


MKA 


LTR 


AZINPHOS METHYL 240 EC EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 




17878 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY PHOSDRIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 




17892 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY BIRLANE 25WP WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 




17894 


DUQ 




BIRLANE 400EC INSECTICIDE 




17995 


DUQ 




VYDATE L INSECTICIDE/NEMATICIDE 




18013 


CHP 




FUSILADE 250 EC HERBICIDE 




20533 


CYC 




CYGARD 15G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 




21209 


CHP 




FUSILADE II 125 EC HERBICIDE 




21374 


CHH 




GUTHION SOLUPAK 50% WETTABLE POWDER CROP INSECTICIDE 

TOTAL- 


41 



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8. Schedule 6 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 6 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


106 


WAK 


WAL 


WATKINS INSECT DUST 


646 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH INSECT DUST 


780 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 1 5 LOUSE POWDER 


840 


WEP 




VAPOSECTOR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


873 


BAT 




BARTLETT MICROSCOPIC WETTABLE SULPHUR 


1268 


SAF 




SANEX HIGH TEST INSECT SPRAY 


1683 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY LIVESTOCK LOUSE POWDER 


2039 


SAF 




SANEX FLEA-X INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 


2076 


VAR 




GUARDSMAN AGRICULTURAL WEEDKILLER NO.l 


2286 


CGC 




CIBA-GEIGY NEUTROL EMULSMABLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 


2900 


CBL 




CARDICIDE OIL SOLUTION SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


3141 


CHP 




C-I-L GARDEN INSECT DUST ATOX 


3189 


BAI 




SUPER MICROSOL 


3416 


ESL 




ESSO WEED KILLpR 350 


3555 


KIN 




KING ORGANIC INSECTICIDE DUST 


3740 


KEM 




DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE BAIT 


3918 


CHP 




MICROHNE SULPHUR 92 FUNGICIDE 


4103 


LAT 




EATER'S ROTENONE GARDEN DUST 


4305 


SAF 




SANEX RODENTKIL 


4627 


INT 




CO-OP FARM BUILDING SPRAY 


5140 


INT 




CO-OP GARDEN INSECT DUST INSECTICIDE 


5293 


LAT 




EATER'S GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 



98 



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305 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


5385 


RER 




STOP-PEST PESTICIDES MICE & RAT DESTROYER 


5565 


OSD 




OLYMPIC WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


5663 


INT 




CO-OP LOUSE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


6063 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP WARBLE FLY WASH WP INSECIICIDE 


6109 


GAX 




GARDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 50-7 


6159 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRCHEM TWENTY-THREE INSECIICIDE 


6325 


LAT 




LATER'S DORMANT OIL SPRAY 


6412 


STO 




REPEX BRAND INSECT REPELLENT 


6496 


NOX 




NOXALL FLEA NEK-TYE FOR DOGS 


6525 


RAW 




RAWLEIGH RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


6701 


BRJ 




BRISSON RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


6826 


AVM 




AVMOR MOTH KILLER & DEODORANT 


6840 


CHP 




CHIPMAN GRAIN PROTECTANT INSECl ICIDE DUST 


6858 


WAL 




WATKINS FRENCH LILAC & SPRING ROSE DEODORANT BLOCKS 


6957 


PEN 




PESTROY READY MIXED WARFARIN 


7172 


SAP 




SANEX 10-1 FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 


7222 


WIL 




WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER MEAL 


7549 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRCHEM TWENTY-FOUR INSECTICIDE 


7606 


AUL 




FELCAN FLEA SHAMPOO 


7652 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BUG KILLER 


7668 


ROR 




ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7670 


ROR 




ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR LIQUID 


7681 


ALT 




CRYSTAUX PARADICHLOROBENZENE 


7720 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WOOD/ROPE/FABRIC PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


7857 


ABE 




WACO DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


7902 


CBL 




CARDEL SPECIAL STOCK & DAIRY SPRAY 


7947 


ABE 




WACO MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL 


8134 


WEP 




FLYBANE AEROSOL INSECIICIDE 


8198 


CAO 




BULLDOG GRIP WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


8214 


CBL 




CARMILL SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


8243 


STF 


CHP 


STAUFFER MAGNETIC 6 FLOWABLE SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 


8484 


SCO 




MORT-AUX-RATS 


8571 


NAC 




DOUBLE-QUICK LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


8639 


ELS 




I.A.I. INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


8676 


WIL 




WILSON'S PROLIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 


8685 


NAC 




PYRA-FOG 100 LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 


8718 


POP 




POULIN'S RAT & MOUSE POISON 


8744 


WAL 




WATKINS RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


8823 


LAT 




LATER'S WARFARIN MOUSE & RAT KILLER BAIT 


8825 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 24-P PROLIN PELLETS 


9061 


DOL 




DOMINION DUSTING POWDER FOR VET USE ONLY 


9081 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SEVIN 5% INSECTICIDE DUST 


9083 


KVL 




K-VET SEVIN POULTRY & LIVESTOCK INSECT DUST 



99 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


9144 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP PYRBTHRIN DUST FOR MUSHROOM GROWERS 


9164 


GAP 




GARDO FLEA/ITCH POWDER FOR DOGS 


9166 


GAP 




GARDO CAT ELBA POWDER 


9179 


CHP 




C-I-L DORMANT OIL EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 


9222 


CHP 




C-I-L RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


9230 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 5 INSECTICIDE 


9328 


LAT 




LATER'S INDOOR PLANT INSECT KILLER SPRAY 


9371 


GAX 




GARDEX PYRBTHRIN SPRAY 5-25 


9383 


SAN 




SANFAX ROACH & ANT KILLER LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


9413 


GAP 




GARDO NO. 24-M PROLIN MEAL 


9520 


DIT 




DIAZINON 2-D DUST INSECIICIDE 


9542 


BAT 




BARTLETT SUPERIOR 70 OIL EMULSIHABLE INSECTICIDE 


9607 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SUPERIOR SPRAY OIL 70 


9628 


ORM 


CCN 


ORMOND KENNEL SPRAY 


9686 


TRO 




TRL-1 1 LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


9703 


ORM 




ORMOND FLEA SHAMPOO 


9783 


COS 




COPELAND INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 


9812 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER INSECTICIDE 


9819 


DBA 




DEANCO TIMBERGARD CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


9820 


DBA 




DEANCO TIMBERGARD GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


9836 


ABE 




WACO TOSSIT PYRETHRUM FORMULA TO KILL MOSQUITO LARVAE 


9857 


STD 




STAN-CHEM POTATO-GARD DISINFECTANT LIQUID 


9868 


ALT 




ALSI COMPAGNIE INSECT REPELLENT 


9928 


CAT 




KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 


9947 


SAF 




SANEX DYNA-FOG ML LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


9979 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS ANT ROACH & SPIDER BLASTER 


10043 


CGH 




DRI-KILL DUST 


10078 


NAC 




SQUAD PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


10079 


GAX 




GARDEX RODENT BAIT BLOCKS 


10120 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 33 GRANULES INSECTICIDE 


10124 


LAT 




LATER'S LOUSE POWDER ORGANIC INSECTICIDE 


10125 


INP 




RANCH TONE WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


10126 


INP 




RANCH TONE WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


10164 


CBL 




CARDEL MALATHION - 2% BACK-RUBBER INSECTICIDE 


10165 


SAF 




SANEX 1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


10218 


TRO 




TRL- 1 58 FOG-SECT LIQUID FOGGING INSECIICIDE 


10238 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS HORNET & WASP BLASTER 


10301 


HMM 


HMF 


BIOBOR JF FUEL FUNGICIDE 


10315 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER FOG LIQUID INSEC TICIDE 


10321 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID GREEN 545-277 


10328 


ANI 




HALT DOG REPELLENT 


10345 


SAN 




SANFAX SUPER INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


10375 


FAR 


GTS 


FARNAM WIPE LIQUID WIPE-ON FLY REPELLENT 



10() 



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307 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



10381 

10389 

10409 

10434 

10443 

10539 

10551 

10562 

10576 

10591 

10645 

10709 

10723 

10802 

10803 

10814 

10836 

10843 

10844 

10845 

10863 

10878 

10881 

10883 

10917 

10923 

10994 

10996 

11035 

11046 

11058 

11068 

11073 

11081 

11085 

11090 

11124 

11133 

11164 

11165 

11215 

11223 

11260 



CGC 

DIT 

FAR 

RAL 

PLG 

CAI 

ORM 

BBE 

CHH 

BOY 

INT 

KIN 

CAY 

TRO 

COS 

DIT 

DIT 

KEM 

CAY 

CAY 

BAX 

UNR 

KEM 

DIT 

TRO 

KEM 

MIF 

CGC 

AVM 

DIT 

MIF 

DUC 

CGC 

WEP 

KEM 

LAT 

TRO 

FAR 

INT 

SAF 

ZOD 

YAP 

WEP 



GIS 



GIS 



SUPREME 70 SPRAY OIL EMULSMABLE INSECTICIDE 

PYRATEX 101 E MILL SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

FARNAM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT STICK 

PURINA RUB-ON EMULSION HORSE INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS DORMANT OIL SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

SHUR-GAIN RAT KILL BAIT CONTAINING WARFARIN 

ORMOND LIQUACIDE FLEA KILLER DEODORANT SPRAY 

RATICIDE BEXCO RODENTICIDE 

BAYGON 1% RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 

CO-OP BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE DUST 

KING BUG KILLER DUST 

ZEP FORMULA 60 SPACE & CONTACT INSECT SPRAY 

TRL-80 MAG-0-BAN RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

COPELAND HI-PRESSURE FUMIGATOR 

PYRATEX 525 SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

PYRATEX TOP TEST INSECT SPRAY 

RID PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

ZEP 10-X RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

ZEPOSECTOR DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE 

FLEATOL INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO 

HRC LIQUID SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

DED-RAT DIPHACINONE RODENTICIDE BAIT 

SULFARIN PELLETS RAT & MOUSE KILLER 

TROJAN TRB 591 INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX P-IOO MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE 

BAY-O-CIDE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

MAGNA II SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

DIAZINON 1 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

MILL-0-CIDE 300 CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

M. BIBITE INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS FLY BLASTER 

WEST FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX B-1 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

LATER'S SEVIN GARDEN DUST 

TROJAN TRB-571 WASP & HORNET SPRAY 

FARNAM HORSE LICE DUSTER 

CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

SANEX SANIMATIC FLY KILLER 

VET-KEM KEMIC PET SPRAY 

CLEAN CROP 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 

RESIDOL-PLUS LIQUID INSECTICIDE RESIDUAL SPRAY 



101 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


11290 


ZOC 


ZOD 


THURON THERMOSET INSECT STRIP 


11292 


CMS 




CMS DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


11317 


GAX 




GARDEX RATKILL 


11320 


PPC 




PET PRODUCTS COMPANY FLEA SHAMPOO 


11327 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS INSECT BLASTER HOUSE & GARDEN 


11328 


BEN 




MOOR WOOD WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


11331 


DOO 




CCC WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


11332 


DIS 




DISPARAT (PELLETS) RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


11345 


CBE 




MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WOOD/ROPE/FABRIC PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


11352 


WEP 




PYROSECT LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


11370 


WEP 




AGRO-MIST I SPACE SPRAY 


11408 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR TRAX M RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


11416 


TRO 




TROJAN TRB-6I 1 PRESSURIZED THREEWAY CONTACT INSECl ICIDE 


11431 


SAN 




SANFAX BLAST-M INSEC 1 ICIDE 


11492 


KEM 




RIDDEX 5/25 ULV INSECTICIDE 


11535 


CER 




CERTI-MIST INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


11565 


GAX 




GARDEX 1 % BAYGON RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


11580 


RHQ 




ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


11586 


CHP 




ATOX VEGETABLE DUST ROTENONE INSECTICIDE 


11593 


NAC 




KILZONE PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


11599 


CHP 




CHIPMAN 5% SEVIN DUST GENERAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 


11609 


INT 




CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER RODENTICIDE MEAL 


11631 


LAT 




LATER'S ANT ROACH & SPIDER KILLER SPRAY 


11633 


LAT 




LATER'S HORNET & WASP BOMB SPRAY 


11670 


HOK 


UAG 


RAMIK BROWN RODENTICIDE 


11737 


KEK 




QUICKCIDE FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


11769 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP XA OIL CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE ADJUVANT 


11777 


BIE 




BIKOE'S DUAL SYNERGIST INSECl ICIDE 


11904 


CHP 




ACTIVOL CONTAINS GIBBERELLIC ACID 


12017 


BLL 


MAE 


RODENT CAKE (DOMESTIC) 


12018 


CHM 


SAP 


ROZOL RAT & MOUSE KILLER THROW PACKS 


12037 


ORM 




HEXAMITE FOR TREATMENT OF EAR MITES 


12135 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE 


12143 


CHD 


SIE 


CHAPMAN PQ-8 LIQUID FUNGICIDE 


12225 


PLC 




A-REST GROWTH REGULATOR 


12241 


KEK 




KEM KILL-B RESIDUAL SOLUTION SPRAY 


12242 


KEK 




QUIKCIDE CONCENTRATE SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


12294 


WAL 




WATKINS QUALITY INSECT SPRAY FOR USE ON DAIRY CAT ILE 


12314 


AMW 


AMZ 


AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT 


12327 


HOH 




HOME BRAND WARFARIN BAIT PACKS-PELLLl S 


12345 


PEI 


ROU 


SBP-1382 BIOALLETHRIN INSECl ICIDE 


12375 


OSD 




PENTOX COP-R-NAP GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


12406 


SAP 




SANEX R-BAR ROZOL PARAFHNIZED BAIT BARS 



102 



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309 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


12528 


RAL 




PURINA RAT CONTROL CUBES 


12585 


LOR 




LORRAIN RUB-ON LIQUID HORSE INSECIICIDE 


12799 


APA 




ARARAT RAT & MOUSE POISON BAIT 


12984 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN MEAL RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13050 


CGC 




EASOUT POTATO SEEDPIECE TREATMENT 


13059 


UNR 




MAINTAIN CF 125 EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 


13074 


LAT 




LATER- S PYRETHRIN DUST INSECTICIDE FOR HOME & GARDEN 


13106 


TAF 


DLT 


TREE TANGLEFOOT PASTE 


13107 


TAF 


DLT 


TREE TANGLEFOOT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


13167 


UCB 




AMID-THIN W PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 


13198 


VIT 


VIR 


VIRCHEM V ONE AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


13360 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN LIQUID RAT & MOUSE CONTROL 


13438 


FAR 


GIS 


ROLL-ON FLY REPELLENT INSECTICIDE 


13554 


FAR 


GIS 


FARNAM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT BOMB II 


13693 


WIL 




WILSON ORGANIC ROTENONE INSECT DUST 


13726 


DTC 




CERTIFIED MOTH BALLS/DEE-TEE MOTH FLAKES (NAPHTHALENE) 


13729 


CHM 


SAF 


ROZOL PARAFHNIZED PELLETS 


13766 


LOR 




LORRAIN RAT - KILL PELLETS 


13774 


POP 




POULINS LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


13784 


POP 




POULINS RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


13793 


KEM 




RIDDEX DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 


13868 


KEM 




SHOO BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 


13884 


DIS 




DISVAP BUG KILLER DUST INSECTICIDE 


13905 


BLL 


MAE 


ERAZE RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


13906 


ATC 




ATPLUS411F 


13908 


EOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER GRAIN & SEED STORAGE ORGANIC BUG KILLER 


13911 


PEN 




PESTROY LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


13913 


BLL 


MAE 


RODENT CAKE 


13930 


CHP 




C-I-L KERIGARD INSECTICIDE DUST 


13934 


CHH 




BAYGON INSECTICIDE READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS 


13942 


SAX 




SAXON SANITATION WHITE FLAG INSECTICIDE 


13949 


KEM 




RIDDEX BAYFOG FOGGING INSECIICIDE 


13981 


SAT 


SAJ 


SANITIZED BRAND BACTERIOSTAT TG LIQUID 


14057 


WIL 




WILSON'S !% DIAZINON ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT DESTROYER 


14058 


WIL 




WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT 


14119 


GHC 




WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 


14121 


GHC 




WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 


14203 


SAL 




BAR BAIT RAT & MOUSE KILLER 


14207 


WHM 


BAB 


WHITMIRE FLYS-OFF DAIRY AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


14211 


LAT 




EATER'S 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 


14227 


RAL 




PURINA RAT AND MOUSE KILL PELLETS D-8198 


14254 


KEM 




KS Dl DIAZINON HOUSEHOLD RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


14265 


KEM 




RIDDEX CYTHION 3% RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 



103 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


14268 


ZOD 




STARBAR LOUSE POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14269 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR COWFLY POWDER INSECTICIDE 


14276 


KEM 




KS C5 BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


14285 


HAC 




HAGEN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 


14303 


CHP 




CHIPMAN SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


14322 


SAF 




SANEX BUG BUSTER INSECTICIDE 


14355 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL BAIT PELLETS RODENTICIDE 


14374 


SAF 




SANEX MOSQUITO BLACKFLY FOG INSECTICIDE 


14379 


POP 




POULIN'S RODENT DOOM 


14399 


POP 




POULINS C PLUS C INSECTICIDE 


14431 


FFA 


FFC 


DRIONE INSEC 1 ICIDE POWDER 


14444 


DAB 




SAPHO HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 


14493 


SWH 




SWISH 9601 INSECT KILLER INSECTICIDE 


14507 


KEM 




RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 


14508 


KEM 




RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 


14509 


KEM 




RIDDEX MILL & BAKERY INSECTICIDE 


14538 


KEM 




RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 


14541 


KEM 




RIDDEX BARN & LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 


14569 


BIE 




BIKOE 1% DIAZINON SOLUTION 


14570 


HIE 




BIKOE XKD RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 


14589 


ZOC 


ZOD 


STARBAR INSECl ICIDE BACK RUBBER READY-TO-USESOLUTION 


14599 


CGC 




EASEOUT POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 


14618 


CAT 




KLUNK CONCENTRATED INSECT KILLER 


14622 


INT 




CO-OP PREMIUM SPOT WEED KILLER 


14625 


QUA 




MAGNA SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


14633 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE READY-TO-USE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


14635 


FFA 


FFC 


PYRENONE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


14653 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP MICROSCOPIC SULPHUR WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 


14665 


KEM 




KSC5 BAIT REPELLENTS RODENTICIDE 


14669 


SFR 




SAFER'S NATURAL INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


14670 


ABE 




WACO CHLORPYRIFOS CRACK & CREVICE INJECTION TREATMENT 


14681 


MBY 




SERADIX ROOTING POWDER NO 3 


14693 


WIL 




WILSON'S PRUNING PASTE 


14701 


DUQ 




FUNGINEX 190EC SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 


14713 


WBE 




MICRO-NIASUL W FUNGICIDE SULPHUR WETTABLE POWDER 


14751 


RHQ 




SUPERIOR OIL 70 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 


14759 


NCR 




NIAGARA HY-X LIQUID DISINFECTANT 


14782 


RHQ 




MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT POWDER 


14786 


NCR 




NIAGARA TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 


14809 


NCR 




NIAGARA DIPHACINONE RAT BAIT 


14821 


NAC 




P-O-W WASP SPRAY INSEC nCIDE 


14826 


CHH 




BAYGON READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS INSECilCIDE 


14832 


GAX 




GARDEX 1% PROPOXUR INSECilCIDE 



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311 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



14860 

14868 

14873 

14877 

14894 

14909 

14914 

14948 

14950 

14951 

14981 

15011 

15030 

15038 

15077 

15078 

15079 

15104 

15108 

15140 

15162 

15171 

15180 

15181 

15182 

15195 

15211 

15212 

15232 

15255 

15284 

15285 

15286 

15288 

15289 

15295 

15299 

15300 

15329 

15330 

15338 

15431 

15442 



INT 

NCR 

KEM 

SAF 

YAP 

SAF 

AMW 

RER 

CHP 

MBE 

UAG 

SAF 

ZOC 

INT 

JOH 

JOH 

JOH 

MIF 

ZOC 

FFA 

FFA 

MIF 

FFA 

FFA 

FFA 

WOB 

PLC 

PLC 

JOH 

FFA 

SAF 

SAF 

CHM 

SAF 

SAF 

JOH 

JOH 

SAF 

SAF 

KEM 

ABE 

SAF 

BAT 



AMZ 



ZOD 



ZOD 
FFC 

FFC 

FFC 
FFC 
FFC 



FFC 



ACT 



CO-OP DORMANT OIL SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA MALATHION 4 PYRENONE INSECTICIDE-DUST 

HOME & APARTMENT INSECTICIDE KS Bl 

SANEX BUG-X RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

CLEAN CROP MUSHROOM FLY DUST 

SANEX ROZOL PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 

AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT DEFOAMER 

STOP-PEST LIQUID XLR BAYGON INSECT DESTROYER 

C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 

BRACO TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 

CLEAN CROP SUPERIOR 70 OIL E.C. INSECTICIDE 

SANEX M300 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

VET-KEM INSECTICIDE LOUSE POWDER 

CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 

BOLT AIRBORNE LIQUID FOR FLYING & CRAWLING INSECTS 

BOLT RESIDUAL LIQUID FOR CRAWLING INSECTS 

BOLT RODENTICIDE FOR RATS & MICE 

MILL-0-CIDE TOO' CONTACT INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

VET-KEM FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

PYRENONE FOOD PLANT FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

MULTI-PURPOSE PYRENONE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

MILL-O-CIDE 500 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS GARDEN SPRAY 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS PLANT SPRAY 

ROACH & ANT RESIDUAL SPRAY AQUEOUS 

G.H.WOOD PARADI CRYSTALS MOTH KILLER 

PULSFOG PFE FOGGING SOLUTION 

PULSFOG PFW FOGGING SOLUTION 

BOLT COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 

SANEX MOUSE KILLER BAIT PELLETS 

SANEX DIPHA-PELL WEATHER RESISTANT RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 

SANEX PRO-5 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO-3 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

BOLT LIQUID AIRBORNE SPRAY 

BOLT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

SANEX RESMEN-5-ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 2% DUST 

RIDDEX 1 10 ULV INSECTICIDE 

WACO BIRD REPELLANT 

SANEX MOUSE KILLER WHEAT FORMULA 

BARTLETT SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 



105 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


15443 


RHQ 




NIAGARA SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


15444 


PFF 




SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 


15469 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 5 PLUS INSECllCIDE 


15474 


SAF 




SANEX PYRONIDE 33 PLUS SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 


15476 


SAF 




SANEX HIGH TEST PLUS INSECT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


15481 


RHQ 




NU-TOMATOTONE LIQUID 


15483 


SAF 




BUG BUSTER PLUS 


15486 


PUG 




PUROGUARD BARN INSECllCIDE DUST 


15488 


PUG 




PUROGUARD HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 


15496 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS ALLETHRIN EC 1-10 


15518 


KEM 




RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECllCIDE 


15519 


KEM 




RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 


15520 


KEM 




RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECllCIDE 


15530 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL PELLETS BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15545 


LAT 




LATER'S TREE PRUNING PAINT SPRAY 


15549 


SAF 




SANEX ROACH & BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE 


15556 


SAF 




SANEX PRO PLUS INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


15591 


KEM 




KS C7 LIQUID LIGHTNING RODENTICIDE 


15642 


JOH 




BOLT ROACH BAIT COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


15673 


KEM 




RIDDEX DIAZINON 2% INSECTICIDE DUST 


15676 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI RODENTICIDE BAIT 


15677 


SAF 




BROMONE SPECIAL RAT MEAL BAIT 


15678 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE RAT & MOUSE MEAL BAIT 


15726 


DIS 




DISVAP SPRAY INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


15727 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS FUNGINEX 6.5 SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE LIQUID 


15769 


MUB 




MULCO LIQUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


15788 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


15795 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15799 


WEP 




WEST D TRANS II LIQUID FOG & CONTACT SPRAY 


15800 


REC 




RECOCHEM CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE PAINTABLE 


15823 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL BAIT BAGS RODENTICIDE 


15824 


KEM 




KEMSAN ROZOL RODENTICIDE BAIT 


15825 


TAF 


MCA 


TANGLEFOOT BIRD REPELLENT 


15833 


ILD 




INLAND- ALCARE END BUG INSECTICIDE 


15853 


LAT 




LATER'S SUMMER OIL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


15858 


INT 




CO-OP AERO-TACK AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 


15886 


DOW 




DURSBAN READY-TO-USE HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE 


15888 


DOW 




DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN INSECTICIDE GRANULES 


15889 


DOW 




DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN INSECI ICIDE DUST 


15896 


WAC 


VEL 


SPRAY STUFF MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTOR DUST 


15922 


WHM 


ELS 


WHITMIRE INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE III 


15941 


TRO 




TROJAN CHEMICALS TRB-540 PLANT MEDIC 


15948 


ZOD 




STARBAR MILK ROOM & CA r ILE SPRAY 



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313 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



15948.01 

15956 

15958 

15966 

15967 

15982 

16025 

16067 

16104 

16152 

16158 

16159 

16161 

16184 

16211 

16227 

16250 

16260 

16261 

16266 

16268 

16268.03 

16268.04 

16268.05 

16268.06 

16269 

16272 

16288 

16307 

16366 

16367 

16393 

16423 

16435 

16469 

16470 

16490 

16599 

16620 

16660 

16672 

16674 

16685 



AFL 

MIF 

WIL 

LAT 

DIS 

CGC 

INT 

ORB 

SAP 

JOL 

LAT 

LAT 

LAT 

ZOD 

YAP 

INT 

GAX 

BDC 

BDC 

BDC 

BDC 

ATX 

RTI 

SEM 

GRH 

BDC 

SAF 

UAG 

CAY 

CGC 

DIS 

DWE 

VEL 

CAY 

TRO 

TRO 

SAJ 

RER 

CHP 

SCT 

CAY 

NCR 

CAY 



ITT 



DELLA MIST 

BAY-0-CIDE II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

WILSON'S SUPER RAT & MOUSE KILLER 

LATER'S GROW 'N' CARE TROPICAL SOIL INSECTICIDE DUST 

DISVAP III BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS LIME SULPHUR LIQUID INSECTICIDE-FUNGICIDE 

CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

ORBIT'S SPLAT + INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO-99 INSECTICIDE 

SUREKILLER RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

LATER'S ROOT-GUARD SOIL INSECT KILLER 

LATER'S BUGBAN-C ANT KILLER DUST 

LATER'S DURSBAN READY-TO-USE HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR RAT & MOUSE KILLER PELLETS 

CLEAN CROP EMULSIRABLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 

CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE MEAL 

GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE HOME PEST CONTROL KIT (PROF. QUALITY) 

BRENTDALE TREE PRUNING TREATMENT 

BRENTDALE PRESSURIZED WASP & HORNET INSECTICIDE 

BRENTDALE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

BRENTDALE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

DEAD-EYE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

HURK I PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

G&R CHEMICALS B-GONE 2 PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

BRENTDALE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

SANEX MR- 10 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

CLEAN CROP COPPERTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE (GREEN) 

ZEPTOX II WASP & HORNET KILLER 

GREEN CROSS PROFESSIONAL HOME PEST CONTROL 

DISPAR MIST COMMERCIAL 

A-REST SOLUTION CONTAINING ANCYMIDOL 

ROOST NO MORE LIQUID BIRD REPELLENT 

ZEP METER MIST INSECT KILLER 

TROJAN TRL-121 TROJAN RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 

TROJAN TRB-521 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY II 

UNITED VAN LINES SANITIZED VAN INTERIOR SPRAY 

STOP PEST RODENT DESTROYER 

CHIPMAN MUSHROOM FLY DUST 

SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

ZEP ROACH & ANT SPRAY 

NIAGARA THAT FLOWABLE SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 

ZEPOSECTOR A SPRAY INSECTICIDE 



107 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


16699.01 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE PELLETS 


16700.01 


INT 




CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE MEAL 


16704 


MMN 




SECl ROL #1490 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 


16706 


SAF 




SANEX MR II MUSHROOM FLY INSECTICIDE DUST 


16738 


SAP 




SANEX ROZOL PARA BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16741 


WIL 




WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT BROMONE 


16755 


MIF 




MILL-0-CIDE 28 LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 


16776 


GAX 




GARDEX SEWER-RAT BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16791 


INT 




CO-OP CUTWORM KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


16792 


INT 




CO-OP ANT & GRUB KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 


16806 


FOF 




FOSSIL FLOWER AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 


16812 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 7-30 


16814 


GAX 




GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECIICIDE 2-5/25 


16827 


KEM 




KSB5 PINK PUSSYCAT RODENTICIDE 


16865 


KEM 




KSD5 BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16866 


KEM 




KEMSAN BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


16890 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 


16926 


UNR 




HINDER DEER & RABBIT REPELLENT 


16934 


SAF 




SANEX MOSQUITO FOG INSECTICIDE 


16944 


LAV 




DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID BROWN 545-275 


16951 


OLY 


OLX 


PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


16985 


NUX 




NUODEX COPPER 2% FUNGICIDE 


16986 


NUX 




NUODEX ZINC 2% FUNGICIDE 


17102 


SFR 




SAFER'S DE-MOSS STRUCTURAL MOSS & ALGAE KILLER 


17111 


ATC 




CANPLUS 41 1 :PARAFFINIC OIL & SURFACTANT BLEND 


17189 


ZOD 




VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK POWDER 


17201 


KEM 




MOSQUITO FOGGING INSECTICIDE 


17204 


OSD 




PENTOX ZIN-K-NAP WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 


17222 


INT 




IPCO MALATHION 2% GRAIN PROTECTANT DUST 


17244 


PUG 




PUROGUARD BARN & LIVESTOCK LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


17250 


DIS 




DISVAP SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


17260 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS BANISECT DOMESTIC INSECIICIDE DUST 


17292 


AHB 




HUNTER INSECIICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 


17309 


PLU 




EMUL-PLUS PYRETHRINE INSECTICIDE 


17311 


PLU 




EMUL-PLUS INSECTICIDE 


17314 


PLU 




POUDRE-D-PLUS INSECTICIDE 


17320 


PIR 




INSECTO BAIT/DUST 


17359 


SAF 




SANEX BROMONE DURA-BLOCK 


17379 


WIL 




WILSON'S SEVIN BUG KILLER DUST 


17424 


WIL 




WILSON'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE DUST 


17463 


SAF 




SANEX MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTOR DUST 


17534 


SAF 




SEVIN 5-D INSECTICIDE DUST 


17581 


GRX 




MALATHION PYRHIHRIN FLY DUST INSECTICIDE 



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315 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


17591 


AIG 


CCN 


K.O, PLYING INSECT KILLER 


17592 


AIG 


CCN 


KONK (B.V.T.) FLYING INSECT KILLER 


17593 


AIG 




KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 


17597 


EAT 




BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


17598 


EAT 


MYS 


BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


17625 


REG 




ONCE OVER WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 


17629 


AIG 




KONK (C.S.A.) FL-HNG INSECT KILLER 


17661 


LEG 




REZ BROWN END CUT PRESERVATIVE 


17662 


LEG 




REZ GREEN END CUT PRESERVATIVE 


17667 


lAt 


RIE 


DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT CONCENTRATE 2103 


17692 


BEN 




MOORWOOD PENETRATING CLEAR WOOD HNISH & PRESERVATIVE 


17693 


BEN 




MOOR WOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE (ALL COLOURS) 


17710 


KEM 




KEMMIST METERED PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 


17750 


SNI 




TRUEGRIT PELL-PAC PELLE lED RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


17772 


MMN 




SECIKOL #1494 PREMISES FLEA SPRAY 


17912 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 565 PYRETHRUM INSECTICIDE 


17955 


lAl 


RIE 


DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT CONCEN IRATE 2103 


17972 


LEG 




REZ SEMI-TRANSPARENT WOOD PRESERVATIVE STAIN 


18009 


SAP 




SANEX ROZOL PARA-BLOCK RODENTICIDE 


18020 


SAP 




SANEX BROMONE DURA-BLOCK RODENTICIDE 


18024 


PLU 




AERO-PLUS INSECTICIDE 


18094 


GPB 




RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18104 


BEN 




MOORWOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT BLENDING BASE STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


18122 


lAI 


RIE 


DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT POWDER BGR-P 


18159 


SAP 




SANEX VET TEK B-R-S BACKRUBBER SOLUTION 


18164 


EMO 




EMPIRE RE-ZIST RESIDUAL SOLUTION SPRAY 


18187 


APA 




SEVIN POULTRY INSECT DUST 


18190 


INN 




INSECTO PYRETHRINE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


18196 


SAP 




SANEX PRO LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


18201 


GAX 




GARDEX BUGKILL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18202 


PUG 




SHOK BARN & LIVESTOCK LIQUID INSECTICIDE 


18204 


KEK 




E-RAT-ICATE MULTIPLE DOSE RODENTICIDE 


18205 


KEK 




E-Z-BAIT SINGLE DOSE RODENTICIDE 


18217 


EMO 




EMPIRE RAT NIX RODENTICIDE 


18218 


EMO 




EMPIRE RAT-X MULTIPLE DOSE RODENTICIDE 


18237 


KEM 




MAKl RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


18239 


CLB 


PLY 


PURGE CONCENTRATED INSECT KILLER 


18325 


SAP 




SANEX MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE PY9 


18331 


SWC 




SPRAYCO PREMIUM MINERAL OIL 


18338 


PLU 




EMUL-PLUS N0.2 INSECTICIDE 


18348 


GAX 




GUARD MIST P'VTIETHRINS INSECTICIDE 


18357 


SAP 




SANEX BUG BUSTER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18358 


EMO 




EMPIRE QUIK-KILL WASP & HORNET SPRAY 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18359 


KEK 




INSTA-KILL WASP & HORNET JET SPRAY 


18360 


CHP 




C-I-L RAPID BUG KILLER SEVIN 


18385 


EMO 




EMPIRE BUTO-PIP CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18386 


DIV 




DIVERSIDE-K INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 


18388 


INT 




CO-OP HOME PEST CONTROL SPRAY 


18393 


KEM 




KS PYRETHRUM 101 E.C. INSECI ICIDE 


18407 


TOM 


PSI 


TOMLYN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO LIQUID CONCENTRATE 


18416 


SFR 




SAFER'S DE-MOSS FOR LAWNS CONCENTRATE 


18420 


APA 




APAMIST FLYING INSECT KILLER 


18473 


UAG 




CLEAN CROP CORN OIL (LIQUID ADJUVANT) 


18488 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 240 PERMA-DUST 


18549 


BRA 




BRODI BUGGO NATURAL PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 


18558 


DAL 




D & L FLY KILL CONCENTRATE 


18559 


CAI 




D & L FLY KILL SPRAY OR WIPE 


18559.01 


BAX 




SPRAY 'N' REPEL 


18574 


INT 




CO-OP DAIRY GUARD INSECTICIDE/REPELLENT 


18583 


KEK 




BODY GARD SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18584 


KEK 




HORSE-SHOO SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18585 


KEK 




EVACUATE SPACE & CONTACT INSECl'lCIDE 


18586 


KEK 




BARNSTORM SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18587 


EMO 




EMPIRE BANISH SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18588 


EMO 




EMPIRE SWAT SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 


18589 


EMO 




EMPIRE HOG- WASH SPACE & CONTACT INSECl'lCIDE 


18590 


EMO 




EMPIRE EVICT SPACE & CONTACT INSECl'lCIDE 


18597 


BBM 


DJO 


RO-PEL (DOMESTIC) 


18650 


INT 




CO-OP BUG KILLER II INSECTICIDE DUST 


18675 


YAP 




CLEAN CROP 5% SEVIN DUST CARBARYL INSECl'lCIDE 


18689 


GPB 




GP CHEMICAL SPECIALTY "ZAP" INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY 


18691 


KEM 




KS FLEA SHAMPOO 


18724 


KEM 


CCN 


KEMSAN 51 1 PRESSURIZED INSECl'lCIDE 


18749 


KEM 




RATOXIN BAITPAKS 


18834 


KEM 




KS P-45 BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 


18835 


KEM 




1233 U.L.V. INSECl'lCIDE 


18836 


BAZ 




BASFKUMULUSS 


18846 


CER 


CCN 


BUG-X II INSECI ICIDE SPRAY 


18847 


MTK 


CCN 


IR48 II INSECTIClOE SPRAY 


18892 


CGC 




GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY PROFESSIONAL HOME PEST CONTROL KIT 


18893 


BLL 


MAE 


QUINTOX RAT & MOUSE BAIT 


18900 


MTK 


CCN 


RODON II PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


18902 


CER 


CCN 


KAIT LESECT II SPRAY 


18929 


MTK 


CCN 


M.K.O. II INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


18930 


CER 


CCN 


STING-X II INSECI ICIDE SPRAY 


18943 


SUA 




OSTER FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 



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317 



Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


18947 


INT 




CO-OP TRIMEX PREMIUM SPOT WEED Kill PR 


18968 


BBM 


DJO 


RO-PEL (COMMERCIAL) 


18991 


BDC 


COS 


BRENTDALE INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 


18994 


CEE 


ROR 


ARMOR COAT CLEAR PENETRATING WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 


19033 


SIC 


MYS 


4 THE BIRDS TRANSPARENT BIRD REPELLENT 


19057 


DIS 




DISPAR-MIST II 


19063 


WHM 


GAX 


WHITMIRE PT 270 DURSBAN INSECTICIDE 


19101 


KEM 




DIAZINON COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 


19115 


GAX 




GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19166 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR FOOD PROCESSING PLANT 


19178.01 


NAC 




CHEMSEARCH RAT-TAT-TAT II 


19178.02 


MTK 




BIG GUN RODENTICIDE 


19190 


BAZ 




BASF AMMONIUM SULPHATE 


19215 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR USE IN BARNS 


19230 


CMF 




INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR USE IN FLOUR MILLS 


19231 


ROK 




TIMBER-LIFE ZINC NAPHTHENATE WOOD PRESERVER CLEAR 


19232 


ROK 




TIMBER-LIFE COPPER NAPHTHENATE WOOD PRESERVER GREEN 


19244 


VTR 


CCN 


CYCLE BREAKER II INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19244.01 


INT 




CO-OP SUPER MIST PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE SPRAY 


19255 


DUG 




WOODMATE CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 


19261 


VTR 




CYCLE BREAKER 6 AEROSOL FUMIGATOR 


19269 


HOS 




SOLIGNUM GREEN PREZERV 


19269.01 


HOW 




HOWDEN GREEN PRESERVATIVE 


19270 


HOS 




SOLIGNUM CLEAR PREZERV 


19270.01 


HOW 




HOWDEN CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 


19271 


HOS 




SOLIGNUM PREZERV PLUS 


19271.01 


HOW 




HOWDEN END-CUT PRESERVATFVE 


19272 


BAZ 




BASF LIQUID AMMONIUM SULPHATE 


19281 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BLOCK RODENTICIDE 


19282 


KEM 




KEMSAN MAKI BAIT PELLETS RODENTICIDE 


19286 


KEM 




KEMSAN SEWER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 


19313 


DEP 




DENALT WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


19321 


ROR 




ROZ-TOX CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 


19331 


ROP 




DIAZOTROL KENNEL & HOUSE INSECTICIDE 


19373 


BEN 




MOOR WOOD CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 456-01 


19374 


KEM 




KS C5 HOME & APARTMENT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 


19377 


WHS 


COS 


HAMMER INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 


19383 


NAC 




CHEMSEARCH SEARCH-OUT 


19383.01 


MTK 




LAST STAND COCKROACH KILLER 


19386 


ZOD 




STARBAR QWIK-KILL FOGGING SOLUTION (R.T.U.) 


19386.01 


AFL 




DELLA DAIRY SPRAY II FOGGING SOLUTION 


19440 


REC 




RECOCHEM END CUT PRESERVATIVE GREEN 


19454 


BDN 


HOD 


POKON PLANT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 



111 



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Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



19476 


GRH 


19537 


KEM 


19557 


KEM 


19558 


KEM 


19559 


KEM 


19560 


KEM 


19561 


KEM 


19573 


ZOD 


19610 


WDG 


19614 


PLU 


19653 


MMN 


19654 


MMN 


19679 


KEM 


19684 


SAP 


19685 


GAX 


19692 


SFR 


19694 


DWE 


19709 


ORG 


19732 


BLL 


19735 


INT 


19781 


WHM 


19829 


SFR 


19838 


MOM 


19854 


KEM 


19879 


ZOD 


19940 


PFF 


20003 


CHP 


20067 


LAX 


20189 


ZOD 


20191 


ZOD 


20238 


NIL 


20239 


LPH 


20240 


CHM 


20257 


NIL 


20258 


CHM 


20259 


CHM 


20298 


SAP 


20424 


DIS 


20442 


DIS 


20459 


KEM 


20493 


SWC 


20540 


KEM 


20542 


KEM 



CCN 
CCN 
CCN 
CCN 
CCN 
CCN 



ABS 



MAE 



GAX 



MAE 



CCN 



AGT 
AGT 
AGT 
AGT 
AGT 
AGT 



CCN 
CCN 



G&R CHEMICALS SE 800 INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 

MAKI CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 

KO 14 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK 409 (BVT) FLYING INSECT KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK 408 (CSA) FLYING INSECT KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK PRO INSECT KILLER 

KONK TOO FARM & LIVESTOCK INSECT KILLER 

DELLA MIST II 

WEDGCO WESTCIDE INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY 

EMUL PLUS PYRETHRINE EAU INSECTICIDE 

SECTROL #1497 TWO WAY PET SPRAY 

SECTROL #1498 TWO-WAY FLEA & TICK FOAM 

KS PYRETHRUM COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

SANEX VET-TEK LOUSE POWDER 

GUARD MIST 1 PYRETHRINS INSECTICIDE 

SAFER-S FLOWABLE SULPHUR 

DURSBAN WB 05 INSECTICIDE 

GREER'S "QUICK KILL" INSTITUTIONAL & GARDEN SPRAY 

QUINTOX MOUSE SEED 

CO-OP HORSE GARD INSECTICIDE REPELLENT 

WHITMIRE PT 3-6-10 AERO-CIDE PYRETHRUM INSECTICIDE 

SAFER'S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE RTU 

PIVAL PARAKAKES RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

KO 15 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

STARBAR EQUINE INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR HORSES 

PFIZER SEVIN 5 DUST INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L WASP & HORNET KILLER 

EATER'S HOME PEST INSECT CONTROL 

ZOECON ENDALSECT INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR EQUINE LICE DUSTER 

BOOT HILL RODENTICIDE PARAFRN BLOCK 

GROUND FORCE PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 

MAKI RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN BLOCK 

BOOT HILL PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI PLACE PAdCS RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 

SANEX DORMANT OIL EC INSECTICIDE 

DISVAP IV BARN & LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

DISPAR PLUS FLEA SHAMPOO 

KEMSAN B-20 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

SPRAYCO OIL CONCENTRATE 

KO- 15 FLYING INSECT KILLER 975 

KO- 14 FLYING INSECT KILLER 975 



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319 



Registration No. 



Registrant 



Agent 



Pesticide 



20545 

20547 

20565 

20691 

20720 

20744 

20745 

20758 

20762 

20770 

20772 

20777 

20793 

20794.01 

20794.02 

20812 

20819 

20820 

20821 

20880 

20887 

20888 

20945 

20972 

21003 

21029 

21033 

21038 

21039 

21043 

21066 

21091.01 

21091.02 

21111 

21149 

21160 

21164 

21176 

21177 

21179 

21185 

21186 

21235 



KEM 

KEM 

SFR 

MMN 

SFR 

SDL 

SDL 

KEM 

NIL 

INN 

PLU 

KEM 

SFR 

IMK 

IMK 

SFR 

ZOD 

ZOD 

ZOD 

SAF 

KEM 

KEM 

PLU 

ROK 

BDI 

MBY 

DIS 

ATK 

ATK 

ZOD 

KEM 

IMK 

IMK 

WIL 

AST 

SAF 

UNR 

NIL 

NIL 

SAF 

CGC 

CGC 

BBM 



CCN 
CCN 



AGT 



CCN 



GAX 



CCN 



AGT 
AGT 



FID 



AIRGUARD KONK 408 FLYING INSECT KILLER 975 

AIRGUARD KONK 409 975 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

SAFER'S INDOOR TROUNCE INSECTICIDE 

DURATROL 3M NO. 1488 HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 

SAFER'S FLEA & TICK SPRAY (R.T.U.) 

BUGCON DYNAMO PLUS CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

BUGCON SUPER SPACE & CONTACT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

AIRGUARD KONK FLY FOG FLYING INSECT KILLER 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

INSECTO D-TRANS COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

INSECTO INSECTICIDE (PRESSURIZED) 

KEMSAN 51 1 PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE (FORMULATION D) 

SAFER'S ROSE & FLOWER INSECTICIDE (NATURAL) 

DOC ACKERMAN'S PET SHAMPOO 

BRIGHOUSE PET-PET SHAMPOO 

SAFER'S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

STARBAR STOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

STARBAR EQUINE STABLE SPRAY WTTH REPELLENT R.T.U. 

STARBAR WIPE-ON FOR HORSES WITH REPELLENT 

SANEX MAGIC MIST DS INSECTICIDE 

WARFARIN BAITPAKS PELLETS 

WARFARIN BAITPAKS MEAL BAIT 

EMUL PLUS NO. 4 INSECTICIDE 

GOLDEX MOTH BALLS 

BLUE DIAMOND MAGNETIC ROACH FOOD 

ABC OIL 

DISVAP FOAMICIDE INSECT REPELLENT 

INSECT STOP 100% NATURAL 

100% NATURAL INSECT STOP 

STARBAR DAIRY SPRAY & FOGGING SOLUTION WITH REPELLENT 

KEMSAN C50 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

DOC ACKERMAN'S PET SPRAY 

BRIGHOUSE PET SPRAY 

WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL SOAP 

INSECOLO (ALL NATURAL) FOR HOUSEHOLD OR GARDEN PESTS 

SANEX LIQUID ROZOL RODENTICIDE CONCENTRATED FORMULA 

HINDER ANIMAL REPELLENT 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN BLOCK 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PELLETS II 

SANEX LIQUID BROMONE RODENTICIDE BAIT 

GREEN CROSS RODENTEX RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS RODENTEX RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN BLOCK 

ROPEL GARBAGE PROTECT R 



113 



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Registration No. 


Registrant 


Agent 


Pesticide 


21253 


MMN 




DURATROL YARD & KENNEL CONCENTRATE FLEA SPRAY NO. 1489 




21295 


INN 


PLU 


INSECTO N0.4 COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 




21348 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH HORTICULTURAL OIL INSECT SPRAY 




21377 


WIL 




WILSON MULTI WEEDER LAWN WEEDKILLER HOSE-SPRAY 




21436 


DIS 




TRAP-N-A-SAK (KILLS RATS & MICE) 




21454 


WIL 




WILSON GREEN EARTH HOSE SPRAY GARDEN INSECT CONTROL 




21513 


BDC 




MAJESTIC I FLYING INSECT KILLER 




21513.03 


GAX 




GUARD MIST FLYING INSECT KILLER 




21573 


ZOD 




PRECOR 1% EMULSIHABLE CONCENTRATE 




21602 


KEM 


CCN 


K024 FLYING INSECT KILLER 




21603 


KEM 


CCN 


KONK 429 FLYING INSECT KILLER 




21965 


swc 




SPRAYCO SUPERIOR OIL 70 


TOTAL: 679 



PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


2187 


SIMPSONS-SEARS LTD 

DEPT.71 

222 JARVIS STREET 

TORONTO, ONTARIO 

M5B 2B8 


SEARS WEED AND FEED 12:3:6 


790003C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRITE TURF PLUS INSECTICIDE WITH DURSBAN 
8:5:8 


790005C 


O.M. SCOTT & SONS 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 


SCOTTS TURF BUILDER 25:3:3 PLUS HALTS 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


79001 7AB 


CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 


CHIPMAN PLANTAIDE PLANT STARTER 5: 15:5 PLUS 
ROOTING REGULATOR 


790085C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


MEADOW GREEN 10:6:4 TURF FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 


790086C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


MEADOW GREEN 7:7:7 FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 


790088C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 
10:6:4 



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Registration 
No. Under 
Fertilizer 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


Act (Canada) 






790207C 


VIGORO INC. 
701 EVANS AVE. 
SUITE 909 

TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M9C I A3 


GOLDEN VIGORO WEED AND FEED 12:6:3 WITH 
KILLEX 


790553C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 


C-I-L WEED AND FEED 20: 10:5 


790569C 


WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES LTD. 
P.O. BOX 4040 INDUSTRIAL PARK 
MARKHAM, ONTARIO 
L3R 8G8 


WEALL AND CULLEN WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


790570C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN WEED AND FEED 10:5:10 


790609C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L WINTERIZER WEEDER 6:12:24 


790668C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 18:3:6 WITH CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


790669C 


C-l-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 10:6:4 LAWN FOOD AND CRABGRASS 
PREVENIbR 


790677C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 18:3:6 LAWN WEED DOCTOR 


790685C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200. STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 


GREEN-UP WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


790686C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


GREEN-UP WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 


790688C 


nSONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 


GREEN CROSS WEED'N FEED 20:10:5 WITH KILLEX 


790690C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 18:3:6 LAWN INSECT DOCTOR 



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Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


800240C 


VIGORO INC. 
701 EVANS AVE. 
SUITE 909 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 

M9C 1A3 


VIGORO FALL WEED AND FEED 4:8: 16 


800264C 


O.M. SCOTT & SONS 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 


SCOTTS PROTURF 25:0:12 FERTILIZER PLUS DSB 
FUNGICIDE 


800363C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF FERTILIZER WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVEN 1 ER 


800698C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRIIE SUPERTURF PLUS WEED KILLER 21:3:9 


800699C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O.BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRITE WINTERGREEN PLUS WEED A WAY 4:9:15 


8007 19C 


MERRY GRO. LTD. 
4038 HWY. 7 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 


WHITE ROSE IRON PLUS WEED AND FEED 9:4:8 


800734C 


MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
N1R5S9 


MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


800735C 


MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
N1R5S9 


MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN CRAB-EX 10:6:4 


800758C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN WINTER PRO WEED AND FEED 4:8:12 


800763C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


GREEN-UP WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 


800789C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 6:9:6 GARDEN WEED DOCTOR 


800803C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN PREMIUM CRABGRASS CONTROL WITH 
CHLORTHAL 21:7:7 


800806C 


F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE ST. W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H 1P5 


WOOLCREST WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


8008 IOC 


BEAVER LUMBER CO. LTD. 
245 FAIRVIEW MALL DRIVE 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 

M2J4T1 


BEAVER PREMIUM WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 PLUS 
KILLEX 



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No. Under 
Fertilizer 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


Act (Canada) 






8008 16C 


BEAVER LUMBER CO. LTD. 
245 FAIRVIEW MALL DRIVE 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 
M2J 4T1 


BEAVER WEED AND FEED WITH 2,4-D 


800820C 


K-MART CANADA LIMITED 
8925 TORBRAM ROAD 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T4G1 


K-MART K-GRO WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


800879C 


nSONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z2Z1 


GREEN CROSS GRAB-GUARD LAWN FOOD 15:3:3 WITH 
DACTHAL 4% 


810420C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF FERTILIZER WITH WEED 
KILLERS 


810421C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527. STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 

L5A 3A4 


CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF FERTILIZER WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


810422C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


SHERWOOD GREEN 7:7:7 TURF FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 


8I0423C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


CO-OP FERTILIN TURF FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


810428C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


TURF GREEN FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH WEED KILLERS 


8I0446C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


CO-OP TURFGREEN TURF FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH 
WEED KILLER 


810447C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


CO-OP TURFGREEN TURF FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH 
CRABGRASS 


810457C 


CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 3V8 


MASTERCRAFT FALL WEED N' FEED FERTILIZER 
4:8:12 


810903C 


MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 
CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 

N1R5S9 


MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN WEED GUARD 14:4:8 


810915C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN GRUB AND CINCHBUG CONTROL 
W/CHLORPYRIFOS 10:2:4 



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No. Under 
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Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


Act (Canada) 






810918C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE, E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 18:3:6 CRABGRASS DOCTOR 


810919C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 15:3:6 LAWN FOOD WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 


810942C 


SIMPSONS-SEARS LTD. 
DEPT. 71 

222 JARVIS STREET 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5B 2B8 


SEARS WEED AND FEED 26:4:4 PLUS 2,4-D AND 
MECOPROP 


810970C 


F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE STREET W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H 1P5 


WOOLCREST PREMIUM WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 


811506C 


SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 


NO-NAME WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 


811508C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 12:3:5 WINTERIZER WEEDER 


811515C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 15:3:3 LAWN FOOD AND WEED KILLER 


811516C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L 6:3:4 LAWN FOOD WITH INSECT KILLER 


821004C 


ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 


LAWN TREAT FERTILIZER AND CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 


821005C 


ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 

NOG lAO 


LAWN TREAT FERTILIZER AND INSECT CONTROL 
WITH DURSBAN 


821006C 


ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 


LAWN TREAT WEED AND FEED WITH WEED-A BAN 
HERBICIDE 


821014C 


MEADOW GREEN CO. LTD. 
P.O. BOX 527 STN. A 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


MEADOW GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 7:7:7 WITH WEED 
KILLERS 


821015C 


MEADOW GREEN CO. LTD. 
P.O. BOX 527, STN. A 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 

L5A 3A4 


MEADOW GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 10:6:4 WITH 
WEED KILLERS 



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No. Under 
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Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


Act (Canada) 






821016C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 7:7:7 WITH 
WEED KILLERS 


821017C 


UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 

BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 


SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 10:6:4 WITH 
WEED KILLERS 


821032C 


CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 

M4P 3V8 


MASTERCRAFT WEED N'FEED LAWN FERTILIZER 9:3:6 


821123C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN WINTER PRO WEED AND FEED 6:8: 1 2 


821545C 


SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 


SO-GREEN LAWN PRO WEED AND FEED 10:5: 10 


821564C 


C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 


C-I-L WEED AND FEED 16:4:4 WITH 2,4-D, MECOPROP, 
DICAMBA 


821600C 


F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE STREET W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H 1P5 


WOOLCREST PREMIUM CRABGRASS CONTROL 20:10:5 


821616C 


SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 


FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS PREVENTER 12:3:6 
WITH BETASAN 


821636C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O.BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRITE A-1 10-6-4 WEED & FEED LAWN FERTILIZER 


821638C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O.BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRITE A-1 10-6-4 LAWN FERTILIZER WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 


821640C 


NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 


NUTRl 1 b A- 1 7-7-7 WEED & FEED LAWN FERTILIZER 


831156C 


CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 


C-I-L GOLFGREEN CRABGRASS PREVEN TER 20:3:4 
PLUS BENSULIDE 


83I157C 


CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 


C-I-L LANDSCAPE CRABGRASS PREVENTER 10:6:4 
PLUS BENSULIDE 



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No. Under 

FertiUzer 

Act (Canada) 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



Pesticide 



831158C 



831227C 



831247C 



831277C 



831282C 



831285C 



83I286C 



841425C 



841687C 



841688C 



841695C 



841696C 



841750C 



CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 

SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 

SUNFRESH LTD. 

22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 

TORONTO, ONTARIO 

M4T 2S8 

CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 2Z1 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 

SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

CHIPMAN INC. 

BOX 9100 

400 JONES RD. 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 

C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 

M2N 6H2 

SO-GREEN INC. 
2600 JOHN ST. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 3W3 



C-I-L LANDSCAPER INSECT CONTROL 10:6:4 PLUS 
CHLORPYRIFOS 



SO-GREEN PREMIUM LAWN PRO-WEED AND FEED 
21:7:7 



NO-NAME SUPER WEED AND FEED 20-5-10 



C-I-L 16-4-4 PROFESSIONAL CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



WILSON FALL LAWN FOOD PLUS MULTI WEEDER 



WILSON SPRING AND SUMMER LAWN FOOD PLUS 
MULTI WEEDER 



WILSON CRABGRASS PREVENTER AND POA ANNUA 
CONTROL PLUS LAWN FEED 



C-I-L 10-6-4 LAWN FOOD PLUS CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



DOUBLE ACTION WEED AND FEED 5-8-12 



C-I-L GOLF GREEN WEED AND FEED 20:3:4 



C-I-L CRABGRASS DOCTOR 20-3-4 



C-I-L LAWN INSECT DOCTOR 6:3:4 WITH 
CHLORPYRIFOS 



SO-GREEN LAWN PRO FERTILIZER AND CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 21-7-7 



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Registration 

No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



Pesticide 



85003 IC 



851825C 



851831C 



851843C 



860099C 



86013 IC 



861912C 



861940C 



870054C 



870056C 



870086C 



870087C 



8701 1 6C 



870143C 



CAPO INDUSTRIES LTD. 
1200 CORPORATE DR. 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7L 5R6 

FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z2ZI 

SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

HOME HYDROCULTURE ASSOC. INC. 
BOX 3250, STATION D 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 
M2R 306 

SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
N1R5S9 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD STREET 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7R 2Y3 

SPRAY & GREEN PERT. INC. 
P.O. BOX 360 
llOOLECLAIREST. 
ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 
JOL ITO 

SPRAY & GREEN PERT. INC. 
P.O. BOX 360 
llOOLECLAIREST. 
ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 
JOL ITO 

PROFESSIONAL NURSERYMEN INC. 

P.O. BOX 308 

STREETSVILLE 

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 

L5M 2B9 

PROFESSIONAL NURSERYMEN INC. 

P.O. BOX 308 

STREETSVILLE 

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 

L5M 2B9 

WHITE ROSE CRAFTS & NURSERY 
4038 - NO. 7 HWY. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 

nSONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z2Z1 



GREENPOWER SPRAY 'ON WEED & FEED 



FEEDEX LIQUID WEED 'N' FEED 



NO-NAME SPRING AND SUMMER LIQUID WEED & 
FEED PLUS WEEDKILLER 



HOME GARDENER LIQUID LAWN FOOD 



NO-NAME LIQUID LAWN FOOD AND INSECT 
CONTROL 15-2-3 



SUPER GREEN 16-3-9 CRAB CHECK 



WILSON, LIQUID FALL LAWN FOOD 7-5-9 PLUS MULTI 
WEEDER 



WEED & FEED 24-6-6 



PLUS GREEN WEED & FEED 



SPRAY & GREEN WEED & FEED 15-3-3 



SUPERIOR LAWN FERTILIZER & CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 15-5-5 



SUPERIOR WEED & FEED 15-5-5 



WHITE ROSE IRON PLUS LAWN FOOD AND INSECT 
CONTROL 



INSECTILIZER 15-5-5 LAWN FOOD 



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No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



Pesticide 



870152C RCR INTERNATIONAL INC. 
2295 METROPOLE STREET 
LONGUEUIL, QUEBEC 
J4G 1E5 

880004C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

880005C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

880007C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 

43041 

88001 IC VIGORO INC. 

701 EVANS AVE. 
SUITE 909 

TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M9C 1A3 

8800 1 2C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 3V8 

880017C GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 

L7R 2Y3 

8800 1 8C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 

N4S 8P6 

8800 1 9C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

880020C SHERIDAN NURSERIES LTD. 
GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO 
L7G 4S7 

880028C K-MART CANADA LTD. 
8925 TORBRAM RD. 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T4G1 

880042C MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
N1R5S9 

880046C CHIPMAN INC. 
BOX 9100 
400 JONES RD. 
STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 
L8G 3Z1 

880047C GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7R 2Y3 



STRATA FERTILIZER/HERBICIDE 15-3-3 



SCOTTS SUPER TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 33-3-3 WITH 
1.18% 2,4-D & 0.59% MECOP 



SCOTTS TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 27-3-3 WITH 1.16% 
2,4-D AND 0.58% MECOPROP 



SCOTTS MOSS CONTROL PLUS LAWN FERTILIZER 
16-0-0 WITH 13.6% FERROUS SUL 



GOLDEN VIGORO INSECT CONTROL & FERTILIZER 
10-6-4 



MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WEED'N FEED LAWN 
FERTILIZER 



GARDEN GALLERY LAWN FOOD PLUS CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 



CIRCLE "H" FARMS LAWN FOOD PLUS WEED & FEED 



CIRCLE "H" FARMS LAWN FOOD PLUS CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



PARKWOOD 21-6-12 WEED & FEED 



K-MART SUPER K-GRO 



SUPER GREEN 10-6-4 GRO & CONTROL 



C-I-L 20-5-5 PLUS CRABGRASS PREVENTER 4.6% 
BENSULIDE 



GARDEN GALLERY INC LAWN FOOD & INSECT 
CONTROL 12-6-6 + 0.78% CHLORPYR. 



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No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 



Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 



Pesticide 



88(X)5 1 C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 3V8 

88006 1 C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

88 1034C SPRAY & GREEN FERTILIZERS INC. 
426 VICTORIA AVE. 
SUITE 21 

ST-LAMBERT. QUEBEC 
J4P 2H9 

890005C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770 
STATION K 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 

M4P 3V8 

890O53C ICI CHIPMAN 

A BUSINESS OF ICI CANADA INC. 
P.O. BOX 9910 
STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 
L8G 3Z1 

900026C CARGILL FERTILIZER 

4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

9O0027C CARGILL FERTILIZER 

4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 

N6L 1G4 

900029C CARGILL FERTILIZER 

4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON. ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

900030C CARGILL FERTILIZER 

4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

90003 1 C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

900032C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

900045C ICI CHIPMAN, BUSINESS ICI CAN. 
P.O. BOX 9910 
STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 
L8G 3Z1 

900047C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 

N4S 8P6 



MASTERCRAFT LIQUID FALL WEED'N FEED 
FERTILIZER 



CIRCLE "H" FARMS FALL LAWN FOOD WEED & FEED 



PLUS GREEN FERTILIZER & INSECTICIDE 15-2-2 WITH 
1.43%CHLORPYRIFOS 



MASTERCRAFT FALL WEED & FEED 6-8-14 



C-I-L 25-3-7 



AERO GREEN 10-6-4 LAWN FOOD & CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



AERO GREEN 12-6-6 LAWN FOOD & INSECT CONTROL 



AERO ULTRA GREEN 20-5-5 WEEDFEED 



AERO GREEN 10-6-4 WEED & FEED 



SCOTTS SUPER TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 34-3-3 WITH 
1.17% 2,4-D0.58% MECOPR 



SCOTTS TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 28-3-3 WITH 1.21% 
2,4-D & 0.605% MECOPROP 



C-I-L 20-5-5 



INTERMIX 21-6-12 LAWN FOOD PLUS HERBICIDE 



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No. Under 

Fertilizer 

Act (Canada) 


Registrant Under 
Fertilizer Act (Canada) 


Pesticide 


900048C 
900050C 
90007 IC 


HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 

N4S 8P6 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1 148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 

N4S 8P6 

WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES LTD. 
P.O. BOX 4040 INDUSTRIAL PARK 
MARKHAM, ONTARIO 
L3R 8G8 


INTERMIX 21-6-12 WITH INSECT CONTROL 

INTERMIX LAWN FOOD PLUS CRABGRASS CONTROL 

WEALL & CULLEN PREMIUM CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 21-7-7 

TOTAL: 129 



CORRECTION TO REVISED REGULATIONS 
OF ONTARIO, 1990 

Item 76 under the heading "Group B Hospitals" in the Schedule to 
Regulation 964 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 should have 
read as follows: 



O.Reg. 15/93, s. 8. 



76. Tillsonburg 



Tillsonburg District 
Memorial Hospital 



CORRECTION TO SUPPLEMENT TO THE 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1990 

Ontario Regulations 396/91 published in Volume 1. 

The English version of clause 48.14 (9) (b), as .set out in section 8 of 
Ontario Regulation 396/91, should have read as follows: 



CORRECTION AU SUPPLEMENT DES 
RÈGLEMENTS REFONDUS DE L'ONTARIO DE 1990 

Règlement de l'Ontario 396/91 publié dans le volume 1. 

La version anglaise de l'alinéa 48. 14 (9) b), tel qu'il est énoncé à l'article 
8 du Règlement de l'Ontario 396/91 , aurait dû ce lire comme suit : 



(b) the presiding judge or a judge on motion orders otherwise. 



CORRECTIONS TO SUPPLEMENT TO THE 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1990 

Ontario Regulation 630/91 published in Volume 2. 

Section 32, as set out in section 8 of Ontario Regulation 630/91, should 
have been numbered section 3 1 . 

Ontario Regulation 529/92 published in Volume 3. 

The reference "subsections 6 (2) and (3)" in the fourth line of section I 
of Ontario Regulation 529/92 should have read "subsections 5 (2) and 
(3)". 

5/93 



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Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



199J-02— 06 



ONTARIO REGULATION 16/93 

made under the 

PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 18th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 975 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Work Permits) 

Note: A French version of Regulation 975 was added by O. Reg. 
265/92. 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 975 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by adding the following subsections: 



(1.1) An officer shall not issue a work permit for work to be per- 
formed at the site described in subsection (1 .2) unless, 



(a) the applicant for the permit holds a licence under the Ontario 
Heritage Act to carry out archaeological exploration, an 
archaeological survey or field work at the site; and 



(b) none of the grounds for refusal under subsection 2(1) exists. 

(1.2) The site referred to in subsection (1.1) is the site of the ship- 
wreck of the "Atlantic", more particularly described as all that parcel 
or tract of land and land under water in the Township of Norfolk in The 
Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, composed of that part of 
the bed of Lake Erie lying within a radius of one kilometre from the 
geographic co-ordinates of latitude 42°30.6' north, longitude 80°05.r 
west. O.Reg. 16/93, s. 1. 

2. Clause 4 (1) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(c) one of the grounds for refusal under subsection 2 (I) or (1.1) 
exists or would exist if the work was continued; or 



6/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 17/93 

made under the 

INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 646 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Amounts Deducted or Withheld By Employers) 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 646 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by striking out "exemptions" in the fourth line. 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

2. Every person who makes a payment described in subsection 
153 (1) of the Federal Act, as made applicable by subsection 10 (1) of 
the Act, shall deduct or withhold from the payment and remit to the 
Receiver General for Canada such amount, if any, as is prescribed in this 
Regulation. O. Reg. 17/93, s. 2. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 16/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TERRES PUBLIQUES 

pris le 14 janvier 1993 
déposé le 18 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. 975 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Permis de travail) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement 975 a été ajoutée par 
le Règlement de l'Ontario 265/92. 

1 L'article 2 du Règlement 975 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction des paragraphes 
suivants : 

(1.1) Un agent ne doit pas délivrer de permis de travail pour un travail 
à effectuer sur l 'emplacement décrit au paragraphe ( 1 .2) à moins que les 
conditions suivantes ne soient remplies : 

a) l 'auteur de la demande de permis de travail détient une licence 
aux termes de la Loi sur le patrimoine de l'Ontario pour 
entreprendre, sur l'emplacement, des fouilles ou des relevés 
archéologiques, ou des travaux sur le terrain; 

b) aucun des motifs de refus prévus au paragraphe 2(1) n'existe. 

(1.2) L'emplacement mentionné au paragraphe (l.l) est celui de 
l'épave de l'wAtlantic», plus précisément décrit comme étant la parcelle 
ou l'étendue de terre et la terre immergée, dans le canton de Norfolk 
dans la municipalité régionale de Haldimand-Norfolk, que forme la 
partie du fond du lac Érié qui s'étend sur un rayon d'un kilomètre à partir 
des coordonnées géographiques de 42° 30,6' de latitude nord et de 80° 
05,r de longitude ouest. Règl. de l'Ont. 16/93, art. 1. 

2 L'alinéa 4 (I) c) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce 
qui suit : 

c) un des motifs de refus prévus au paragraphe 2 (1) ou (1.1) 
existe ou existerait si le travail se poursuivait; 



3. — (1) Subsection 3 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) Except as otherwise provided in this Regulation, an employer shall 
deduct or withhold from a payment of remuneration made to an 
employee in the employee's taxation year or for any pay period in which 
a payment of remuneration is made by the employer, if the employee 
reports for work at an establishment of the employer in Ontario, the 
following percentage of the amount determined for each payment of 
remuneration in accordance with the rules under subsection 102 (1) of 
the Federal Regulations: 

1 . 52 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
3 1 St day of December, 1 988 and before the 1 st day of January, 
1990. 

2. 53 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
31st day of December, 1989 and before the 1st day of July, 
1992. 

3. 56 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
30th day of June, 1992 and before the 1 st day of January, 1993. 



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4. 55 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
3 1 St day of December, 1 992. O. Reg. 1 7/93 , s. 3 ( 1 ). 

(2) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1) of this section, subsection 
102 (1) of the Federal Regulations shall be read without reference to 
paragraphs 102 (1) (0 and (g). O. Reg. 17/93, s. 3 (2). 

(3) Subsection 3 (3) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) An employer shall deduct or withhold from a payment of 
remuneration made to an employee in the employee's taxation year, if 
the employee reports for work at an establishment of the employer in 
Ontario, the following percentage of the amount determined for each 
payment of remuneration in accordance with the rules under subsection 
102 (2) of the Federal Regulations if the payment of remuneration is a 
payment in respect of commissions, a combined payment of commis- 
sions and salary or wages, or a payment in respect of salary or wages if 
the employee receives a combined payment of commissions and salary 
or wages: 



1 . 52 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
3 1 st day of December, 1 988 and before the 1 st day of January, 
1990. 

2. 53 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
31st day of December, 1989 and before the 1st day of July, 
1992. 

3. 56 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
30th day of June, 1992 and before the 1st day of January, 1993. 

4. 55 per cent, if the payment of remuneration is made after the 
31stday of December, 1992. O. Reg. 17/93, s. 3 (3). 

(4) Subsection 3 (4) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(4) For the purposes of subsection (3) of this section, the "notional 
tax for the year" referred to in subsection 102 (2) of the Federal 
Regulations shall be determined under paragraph 102 (2) (f) of the 
Federal Regulations without reference to subparagraphs 102 (2) (f) (ii) 
and(iii). O. Reg. 17/93, s. 3 (4). 

(5) Subsections 3 (5) and (6) of the Regulation are revoked. 

(6) Clauses 3 (7) (a), (b) and (c) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(a) the notional tax for the year with respect to the employee 
determined for the purposes of subsection (3) of this section 
under paragraph 102 (2) (f) ofthe Federal Regulations without 
reference to subparagraphs 102 (2) (0 (ii) and (iii), in the case 
of an employee referred to in subsection (3) of this section; or 

(b) the notional tax for the year with respect to the employee 
determined for the purposes of subsection ( 1 ) under paragraph 
102 (1) (e) of the Federal Regulations, in the case of an 
employee other than an employee referred to in subsection (3). 

(7) Subsection 3 (8) ofthe Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(8) The amount to be deducted or withheld under subsection ( 1 ) or (3) 
by the employer from a payment of remuneration to an employee shall 
be increased by such of the following amounts as are applicable: 

1. In the case of a payment of remuneration made during 1991 
from which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld 
under subsection (I), 12 per cent of the amount, if any, by 
which the notional provincial tax of the employee for that year 



exceeds $10,000 divided by the maximum number of pay 
periods for that year. 

2. In the case of a payment of remuneration made during 1991 
from which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld ; 
under subsection (3), 12 per cent of the amount, if any, by j 
which the notional provincial tax of the employee for that year ■ 
exceeds $10,000 multiplied by the ratio of the amount of the | 
payment of remuneration to the amount of the employee's | 
notional net remuneration for the year determined under | 

paragraph 102 (2) (e) of the Federal Regulations. j 

) 

3. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 3 1 st 
day of December, 1991 and before the 1st day of July, 1992 ' 
from which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld 
under subsection (1), 14 per cent of the amount, if any, by i 
which the notional provincial tax of the employee for that year ! 
exceeds $10,000 divided by the maximum number of pay ; 
periods for that year. ^ 

4. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 31st ] 
day of December, 1991 and before the 1st day of July, 1992 i 
from which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld ; 
under subsection (3), 14 per cent of the amount, if any, by , 
which the notional provincial tax- of the employee for that year j 
exceeds $10,000 multiplied by the ratio of the amount of the 
payment of remuneration to the amount of the employee's j 
notional net remuneration for the year determined under j 
paragraph 102 (2) (e) ofthe Federal Regulations. > 

5. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 30th , 
day of June, 1 992 and before the 1 st day of January, 1 993 from \ 
which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld under ] 
subsection ( 1 ), 14 per cent of the amount, if any, by which the j 
notional provincial tax of the employee for that year exceeds j 
$5,500 divided by the maximum number of pay periods for that | 
year. \ 

6. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 30th i 
day of June, 1992 and before the Istday of January, 1993 from 
which an amount is required to be deducted or withheld under i 
subsection (3), 14 per cent of the amount, if any, by which the ' 
notional provincial tax of the employee for that year exceeds ; 
$5,500 multiplied by the ratio of the amount of the payment of \ 
remuneration to the amount of the employee's notional net j 
remuneration for the year determined under paragraph 102 (2) | 
(e) of the Federal Regulations. '■■ 

\ 
1. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 31st j 
day of December. 1 992 from which an amount is required to be 
deducted or withheld under subsection ( 1 ), the aggregate of 14 
percent ofthe amount, if any, by which the notional provincial 
tax of the employee for that year exceeds $5,500 plus 6 per cent 
of the amount, if any, by which the notional provincial tax of 
the employee for that year exceeds $8,000, divided by the 
maximum number of pay periods for that year. 

8. In the case of a payment of remuneration made after the 31st 
day of December, 1992 from which an amount is required to be 
deducted or withheld under subsection (3), the aggregate of 14 
percent ofthe amount, if any, by which the notional provincial 
tax ofthe employee for that year exceeds $5,500 plus 6 per cent 
of the amount, if any. by which the notional provincial tax of 
the employee for that year exceeds $8,000, multiplied by the 
ratio of the amount of the payment of remuneration to the 
amount of the employee's notional net remuneration for the 
year determined under paragraph 102 (2) (e) of the Federal 
Regulations. O. Reg. 17/93, s. 3 (7). 

(8) Subsections 3 (9) and (10) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(9) No amount shall be deducted or withheld under this section from 
a payment of remuneration to an employee if the notional provincial tax 
of the employee for the taxation year is equal to or less than. 



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(a) $1 67 if the employee's taxation year ends on or before the 31st 
day of December, 1991; or 

(b) $175 if theemployee'staxationyearendsaftertheSlstdayof 
December, 1 99 1 . O. Reg. 1 7/93, s. 3 (8), part. 

4. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) Subject to subsection (1) of this section, subsections 100 (2), (3), 
(3.1) and (4) and 102 (5) and sections 106. 107. 108 and 109 of the 
Federal Regulations apply with necessary modifications to this Regula- 
tion. O.Reg. 17/93, s. 4. 

5. Section 6 of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. — (1) Section 1, subsections 3 (2), (4), (5) and (6) and section 4 
shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of July, 1988. 

(2) Section 2 shall be deemed to have come into force on the 20th 
day of December, 1989. 

(3) Subsections 3 (1) and (3) shall be deemed to have come into 
force on the 1st day of January, 1989. 

(4) Subsection 3 (7) shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1991. 

(5) Subsection 3 (8) shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1990. 

(6) Section 5 shall be deemed to have come into force on the 4th 
day of March, 1991. 

6/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 18/93 

made under the 

INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 647 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Ontario Tax Reduction) 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 647 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
104/92, is amended by striking out "for the 1991 and subsequent 
taxation years" in the second line and substituting "for the 1991 
taxation year". 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation, as remade by .section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 72/91 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
104/92, is further amended by adding the following subsection: 

(I.l) For the purposes of section 7 of the Act, the individual's 
personal amount for the 1992 and subsequent taxation years is deter- 
mined by the formula, 

$175-hA-hB 

where, 

"A" is the total of $375 for each child who is a dependant of 
the individual and who was under eighteen years of age at any 
time in the taxation year, and 

"B" is the total of $375 for each infirm or disabled dependant 
of the individual. O. Reg. 1 8/93, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1991. 

6/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 19/93 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: January 14th, 1993 
Filed: January 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1013 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsection 3 (1) of Regulation 1013 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

( I ) A person shall provide the vendor with a purchase exemption 
certificate if, 

(a) the person purchases from the vendor tangible personal 
property that the person alleges, 

(i) is exempt from tax under paragraph 41 of subsection 
7(l)ofthe Act, or 

(ii) is being purchased for the purpose of resale; 

(b) the person purchases from the vendor a taxable service 
described in clause (a) of the definition of "taxable service" in 
section 1 of the Act that the person alleges is being purchased 
for the purpose of resale; or 

(c) the person receives a taxable service as described in clause (c) 
or (d) of the definition of "taxable service" in section 1 of the 
Act in respect of tangible personal property on which the 
person is not required to pay tax under the Act. O. Reg. 19/93, 
s. I. 

2. — (1) Clause 4(1) (b) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
after "clauses" in the first line "(a)". 

(2) Subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
after "clauses" in the second line "(a)". 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1993. 

6/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 20/93 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 18th, 1993 
Filed: January 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

1. — (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 4 of Schedule 8 to Regulation 619 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Part 5 of Schedule 8 to the Regulation, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 4/91, is further amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 



Peterborough — 

Twp. of 
Cavan 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7A in 
the Township of Cavan in the County of Peterborough 
lying between a point situate 325 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the westerly limit 
of the roadway known as Peterborough County Road 
No. 10 and a point situate 300 metres measured 
easterly from the said intersection. 



2. — (1) Paragraph 7 of Part 3 of Schedule 11 to the Regulation, 
as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 633/92, is revoked. 



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(2) Part 4 of Schedule 11 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 in 
the Township of Greenock in the County of Bruce 
beginning at a point situate 435 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as High Street in the hamlet of 
Riversdale and extending easterly for a distance of 
800 metres. 



Bruce — 

Twp. of 
Greenock 



3. Part 5 of Schedule 12 to the Regulation, as amended by section 
3 of Ontario Regulation 2/91 and section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
502/91, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 



Dufferin — 

Twp. of 
Mono 



That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 10 
and 24 in the Township of Mono in the County of 
Dufferin lying between a point situate 160 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as First Street and 
a point situate 70 metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Hockley Road (County Roads 7 and 16). 



4. Part 5 of Schedule 29 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 



Dufferin — 

Twp. of 
Mono 



9. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 10 
and 24 in the Township of Mono in the County of 
Dufferin lying between a point situate 160 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as First Street and 
a point situate 70 metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Hockley Road (County Roads 7 and 16). 



5. Part 4 of Schedule 40 to the Regulation, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 445/92, is further amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 



Haliburton — 

Twps. of 
Lutterworth 
and Anson, 
Hindon and 
Minden 



4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 35 in 
the County of Haliburton lying between a point 
situate 400 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Lutterworth Boundary Road in the Town- 
ship of Lutterworth and a point situate 60 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as Haliburton 
County Road 20 (Horseshoe Lake Road 1) in the 
Township of Anson, Hindon and Minden. 



6. — (1) Part 4 of Schedule 73 to the Regulation, as amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 419/91 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 563/91, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



District of 
Parry Sound — 

Twp. of 
McDougall 



3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 69 in 
the Township of McDougall in the Territorial District 
of Parry Sound lying between a point situate 275 
metres measured northerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Bayside 
Drive and a point situate 400 metres measured rrôrth- 
erly from its intersection with the northerly limit of 
the roadway known as Hammel Avenue. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 73, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 419/91, is revoked. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of January, 1993. 

6/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 21/93 } 

made under the 
CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) i 

Made: September 1 1th, 1992 ' 

Approved: January 14th, 1993 ' 

Filed: January 22nd, 1993 \ 

Amending Reg. 246 of R.R.O. 1 990 \ 

(Crop Insurance Plan — Seed Com) i! 

1. — (1) The definition of "variety average yield" in section 3 of ; 
the Schedule to Regulation 246 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, ; 
1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

\ 

"variety average yield" means the average yield of the acreage planted ; 

to the variety, ' 

(a) for the ten-year period immediately preceding the current year ; 
computed on the basis of the acreage production records of the , 
insured person, or , 

(b) for the number of years of enrolment in the plan computed on j 
the basis of the acreage production records of the insured ! 
person or on another basis that is reasonable in the circum- ; 
stances, where the insured person has not been enrolled in the j 
plan for ten years. 

(2) Section 7 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

7. An application for insurance shall be obtained from the Commis- 
sion and filed with the Commission not later than the 10th day of May 
in the crop year. 

(3) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding after 
the heading "COVERAGE" the following sections: 

8. 1 In calculating the variety average yield, the Commission shall, 

(a) determine, for each variety of seed com. the variety average 
yield for the year based on acreage production records, or in the 
absence of such records, based on an estimate agreed upon by 
the dealer under contract and the Commission; and 

(b) compare, on an annual basis, the actual variety yield in each 
year of the ten-year or other period used to calculate the variety 
average yield with the variety average yield itself, and, 

(i) if the actual variety yield in a year exceeds the ten-year 
variety average by more than 30 per cent, shall adjust 
the actual variety yield according to the formula. 



Adjusted Actual 

Variety = Variety 

Yield Yield 



- /Actual 

■ ^ I Variety 

^ V Yield 



(Variety 
Average x 1.3 
Yield 



')) 



(ii) if the actual variety yield in a year falls short of the ten- 
year variety average by more than 30 per cent, shall 
adjust the actual variety yield according to the formula. 



Adjusted 
Variety = 
Yield 



Actual 

Variety 

Yield 



2 // Variety \ 

-(• rj j { Average x 0.7 ) 

^W Yield / 



Actual \ j 

Variety ) | 

Yield / I 



8.2 The variety average yield calculated under subsection ( 1 ) applies 
to all persons insured under the plan for that variety of seed com. 

(4) Section 9 of the Schedule is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

9. — ( 1 ) The guaranteed production for each variety of seed com under 
a contract of insurance shall be determined by the following formula: 



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f (F X V) X ^î n X 80% 



where. 



"F" is the number of acres planted to the female com plant, 

"T" is the insured person's total acreage planted to both the female and 
male com plant less the acreage planted to the male com plant in an area 
where the female and male com plants are planted in alternate rows, 

"V" is the variety average yield for a given variety of seed com. 

(2) The coverage for each variety of seed com shall be the guaranteed 
production determined under subsection ( I ) multiplied by the established 
price for the variety established by the Commission. 

(3) The maximum amount for which the Commission is liable for a 
loss in production under a contract of insurance shall be the sum of the 
amounts for each variety of seed com determined under subsection (2). 

(5) Section 10 of the Schedule is revolted. 

(6) Clause 11 (1) (c) of the Schedule is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(c) a total premium of $22 per acre. 

2. — (1) Paragraph 2 of Form 1 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "female" wherever it appears and by adding the 
following subparagraph: 



(6) For the purpose of this paragraph and paragraph 3, "damaged 
acreage" shall be deemed to mean the insured person's acreage planted 
to both the male and the female com plant less the acreage planted to the 
male com plant in an area where the female and male com plants are 
planted in alternate rows. 

(2) Paragraph 3 of Form 1 is amended by adding the following 
subparagraph: 

(4.1) For the purposes of subparagraph (4), the actual production shall 
be determined by dividing the total harvested yield by the acreage 
planted to the female com plant and multiplying the result by the total 
acreage under subsection 9 (1) of the Schedule. 

(3) Paragraph 4 of Form 1 is amended by striking out "highest 
established" in the sixth line and substituting "floating". 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 

William Jongejan 
Chair 

Matt Tulloch 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 1 1th day of September, 1992. 

6/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 22/93 

made under the 
GAMING SERVICES ACT, 1992 

Made: January 22nd, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS 
AND GAMING ASSISTANTS 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 22/93 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LES SERVICES RELATIFS AU JEU 

pris le 22 janvier 1993 
déposé le 25 janvier 1993 

INSCRIPTION DES FOURNISSEURS 
ET DES PRÉPOSÉS AU JEU 



Classes of Registrants and Gaming Premises 



Catégories de personnes inscrites 

ET DE lieux réservés AU JEU 



1. The following classes of suppliers are established for the purpose 
of registration under the Act and members of a class are authorized to 
provide only those goods and services mentioned in the description of 
their class: 

1. A bingo hall owner or operator is a person who owns or 
operates gaming premises and provides facilities, equipment, 
ranners as described in paragraph 6 of section 3, callers, 
security, storage, event co-ordination or other related services. 



1 Les catégories suivantes de fournisseurs sont établies aux fins de 
l'inscription aux termes de la Loi et les membres d'une catégorie ne sont 
autorisés à fournir que les biens et les services mentionnés dans la 
description de leur catégorie : 

I. Un propriétaire ou un exploitant de salle de bingo est une 
personne qui possède ou qui exploite un lieu réservé au jeu et 
qui foumit des installations, du matériel, les services de 
messagers décrits à la disposition 6 de l'article 3, des services 
de meneurs de jeu, de sécurité, d'entreposage ou de coordina- 
tion d'activités, ou tout autre service connexe. 



2. A gaming service supplier is a person, other than a bingo hall 
owner or operator, who provides gaming services for a gaming 
event, including arranging the event, providing management, 
administrative or consulting services, supplying the services of 
registered gaming assistants or providing other related services. 



3. A gaming equipment supplier is a person who distributes, 
supplies, rents, leases or sells gaming equipment, including 
bingo paper, break open tickets, gaming tables, wheels, chips, 
tokens, number verifiers or any other device or thing used in the 
playing of games of chance, but does not include a gaming 
equipment manufacturer described in paragraph 4 or a bingo 
paper or break open ticket manufacturer described in para- 
graph 5. 



Un fournisseur de services relatifs au jeu est une personne, 
autre qu'un propriétaire ou un exploitant de salle de bingo, qui 
foumit des services relatifs au jeu pour une activité de jeu, y 
compris l'organisation de l'activité, des services de gestion, 
d'administration ou de consultation, les services de préposés au 
jeu inscrits, ou tout autre service connexe. 

Un foumisseur de matériel de jeu est une personne qui 
distribue, foumit, loue ou vend du matériel de jeu, y compris 
des feuilles de bingo, des billets à fenêtres, des tables de jeu, 
des roues, des jetons, des vérificateurs de numéros ou tout autre 
dispositif ou accessoire utilisé pour jouer à un jeu de hasard, à 
l'exception d'un fabricant de matériel de jeu décrit à la disposi- 
tion 4 ou d'un fabricant de billets à fenêtres ou de feuilles de 
bingo décrit à la disposition 5. 



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4. A gaming equipment manufacturer is a person who manufac- 
tures for sale or distribution to another person any of the 
equipment described in paragraph 3, except bingo paper and 
break open tickets. 

5. A bingo paper or break open ticket manufacturer is a person 
who manufactures bingo paper or break open tickets for sale or 
distribution to another person. 

6. A break open ticket seller is a person who sells break open 
tickets on behalf of a licensee at a premises other than the 
licensee's premises. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 1. 



2. The following classes of gaming assistants are established for the 
purposes of registration under the Act and members of a class are 
authorized to provide only those goods and services mentioned in the 
description of their class: 

1. A gaming premises manager is an individual employed by a 
registered supplier and who manages gaming premises on 
behalf of a registered supplier by supervising other registered 
gaming assistants or by managing facilities, equipment, security 
or other related services. 



4. Un fabricant de matériel de jeu est une personne qui fabrique du 
matériel décrit à la disposition 3, à l'exception de feuilles de 
bingo ou de billets à fenêtres, aux fins de sa vente ou de sa 
distribution à un tiers. 

5. Un fabricant de feuilles de bingo ou de billets à fenêtres est une 
personne qui fabrique des feuilles de bingo ou des billets à 
fenêtres aux fins de leur vente ou de leur distribution à un tiers. 

6. Un vendeur de billets à fenêtres est une personne qui vend des 
billets à fenêtres au nom du titulaire d'une licence ailleurs 
que dans le lieu que possède ou exploite le titulaire de licence. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. I. 

2 Les catégories suivantes de préposés au jeu sont établies aux fins 
de l'inscription aux termes de la Loi et les membres d'une catégorie ne 
sont autorisés à fournir que les biens et les services mentionnés dans la 
description de leur catégorie : 

I. Un directeur de lieu réservé au jeu est un particulier qui est 
employé par un fournisseur inscrit et qui administre un lieu 
réservé au jeu au nom de ce dernier en supervisant d'autres 
préposés au jeu inscrits ou en administrant des installations, du 
matériel, des services de sécurité ou des services connexes. 



4. 



A gaming services employee is an individual employed by a 
registered supplier and who provides the supplier with adminis- 
trative, management, consulting or sales services required for 
the organization of a gaming event. 

A bingo caller is an individual who operates the equipment 
used for the random selection of numbers, calls the numbers 
and verifies wins at a bingo event on behalf of a registered 
supplier. 

A croupier is an individual who deals cards, supervises the 
playing of games of chance, operates wheels or otherwise 
facilitates the playing of a game of chance on behalf of a 
registered supplier. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 2. 



2. Un employé de services relatifs au jeu est un particulier qui est 
employé par un fournisseur inscrit et qui fournit à ce dernier les 
services d'administration, de gestion, de consultation ou de 
vente exigés par l'organisation d'une activité de jeu. 

3. Un meneur de jeu est un particulier qui, au nom d'un 
fournisseur inscrit, fait fonctionner le matériel servant au tirage 
au hasard des chiffres, annonce ces chiffres et vérifie les cartes 
gagnantes lors d'une activité de bingo. 

4. Un croupier est un particulier qui, au nom d'un fournisseur 
inscrit, donne les cartes, supervise le déroulement des jeux de 
hasard, fait fonctionner les roues ou facilite d'une autre façon 
le déroulement d'un jeu de hasard. Règl. de l'Ont. 22^3, 
art. 2. 



3. The following persons or classes of persons are exempt from 
registration as suppliers or gaming assistants under the Act: 



3 Les personnes et catégories de personnes suivantes sont dispensées 
de l'inscription comme fournisseurs ou préposés au jeu aux termes de la 
Loi : 



1 . Individuals who provide services with respect to the playing of 
games of chance but who do not receive any remuneration or 
promise of remuneration for any of those services except for 
payment of an honorarium or out of pocket expenses as 
permitted under the terms of a licence. 

2. Licensees who provide goods or services to themselves. 



L Les particuliers qui fournissent des services relatifs au déroule- 
ment de jeux de hasard sans toucher de rémunération et sans 
promesse de rémunération pour ces services, à l'exception des 
honoraires ou des frais remboursables permis par une licence. 



Les titulaires de licence qui se fournissent des biens ou des 
services. 



Full-time employees of a licensee, including those whose 
primary duty is fund raising, but not including persons whose 
primary duty is to provide gaming services that a registered 
supplier or registered gaming assistant would provide. 



4. Owners or operators of premises who grant leases of premises 
for use as gaming premises but who do not have an interest in 
the gaming events conducted at the premises, unless the owners 
or operators are engaged in other activities that would require 
them to register under the Act. 

5. Owners or operators of premises who grant leases of premises 
for use as gaming premises at which no more than one bingo 
event is conducted in any seven-day period, unless the owners 
or operators are engaged in other activities that would require 
them to register under the Act. 



3. Les employés à plein temps d'un titulaire de licence, y compris 
ceux dont la fonction principale est de collecter des fonds, à 
l'exclusion toutefois des personnes dont la fonction principale 
est de fournir des services relatifs au jeu qu'offriraient un 
fournisseur ou un préposé au jeu inscrits. 

4. Les propriétaires ou les exploitants de lieux qui louent ces lieux 
à bail pour qu'ils servent de lieux réservés au jeu, mais qui 
n'ont aucun intérêt dans les activités de jeu qui y sont mises sur 
pied, à moins qu'ils ne se livrent à d'autres activités qui 
exigeraient leur inscription aux termes de la Loi. 

5. Les propriétaires ou les exploitants de lieux qui louent ces lieux 
à bail pour qu'ils servent de lieux réservés au jeu et dans 
lesquels il n'est pas mis sur pied plus d'une activité de bingo au 
cours d'une période de sept jours, à moins qu'ils ne se livrent 
à d'autres activités qui exigeraient leur inscription aux termes 
de la Loi. 



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6. Individuals who are employed as runners at a bingo event to 
verify winning numbers held by players and who may also sell 
bingo paper, unless they are engaged in other activities that 
would require them to register under the Act. 



7. Employees of a registered break open ticket seller, unless they 
are engaged in other activities that would require them to 
register under the Act. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of the registration of a bingo hall owner or 
operator, the following classes of bingo halls are established as gaming 
premises: 

I. A Class A bingo hall is a premises other than a Class B bingo 
hall, where four or more bingo events are conducted in any 
seven-day period during the registration period of the hall 
owner or operator. 



A Class B bingo hall is a premises that is operated not for profit 
by a licensee, an association of licensees or a person who, in the 
opinion of the Registrar, is eligible to be issued a licence and 
where four or more bingo events are conducted in any seven- 
day period during the registration period of the hall owner or 
operator. 



A Class C bingo hall is a premises where no more than three 
bingo events are conducted in any seven-day period during the 
registration period of the hall owner or operator. O. Reg. 

22/93. s. 4. 



Applications 

5. — (1 ) An application for registration or renewal of registration as a 
supplier or gaming assistant under section 6 of the Act shall be in a form 
provided by the Registrar and shall state the class or classes of registra- 
tion for which the applicant is applying and an address for service in 
Ontario. 

(2) The application shall be accompanied by, 

(a) the applicable fee set out in the Schedule; 

(b) a statutory declaration of the applicant attesting to the truth and 
completeness of the answers contained in the application; 



(c) in the case of an applicant that is a corporation, a partnership or 
a sole proprietorship, a certificate or such documents relating to 
the applicant's legal status or ability to cany on business as the 
Registrar requires; and 



(d) in the case of an applicant for registration or renewal of 
registration as a gaming assistant, two passport size photo- 
graphs of the applicant signed by the applicant. O. Reg. 22/93, 
S.5. 

Registration OF Suppliers 



6. Les particuliers qui sont employés comme messagers lors d'une 
activité de bingo pour vérifier les chiffres gagnants des joueurs 
et qui peuvent aussi vendre des feuilles de bingo, à moins qu'ils 
ne se livrent à d'autres activités qui exigeraient leur inscription 
aux termes de la Loi. 

7. Les employés d'un vendeur de billets à fenêtres inscrit, à moins 
qu'ils ne se livrent à d'autres activités qui exigeraient leur 
inscription aux termes de la Loi. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 3. 

4 Aux fins de l'inscription d'un propriétaire ou d'un exploitant de 
salle de bingo, les catégories suivantes de salles de bingo sont établies 
à titre de lieux réservés au jeu : 

1 . Une salle de bingo de catégorie A est un lieu autre qu'une salle 
de bingo de catégorie B où sont mises sur pied au moins quatre 
activités de bingo durant une période de sept jours au cours de 
la période d'inscription du propriétaire ou de l'exploitant de la 
salle. 

2. Une salle de bingo de catégorie B est un lieu qui est exploité 
sans but lucratif par un titulaire de licence, par une association 
de titulaires de licence ou par une personne qui, de l'avis du 
registrateur, a le droit de se voir délivrer une licence, et où sont 
mises sur pied au moins quatre activités de bingo durant une 
période de sept jours au cours de la période d'inscription du 
propriétaire ou de l'exploitant de la salle. 

3. Une salle de bingo de catégorie C est un lieu où ne sont pas 
mises sur pied plus de trois activités de bingo durant une 
période de sept jours au cours de la période d'inscription du 
propriétaire ou de l'exploitant de la salle. Règl. de l'Ont. 
22/93, art. 4. 

Demandes 

5 (I) La demande d'inscription ou de renouvellement d'inscription 
comme foumisseur ou préposé au jeu aux termes de l'article 6 de la Loi 
est rédigée selon la formule fournie par le registrateur. Elle fait mention 
de la ou des catégories d'inscription demandées et d'un domicile élu en 
Ontario. 

(2) La demande est accompagnée des éléments suivants : 

a) les droits applicables fixés dans l'annexe; 

b) une déclaration solennelle de l'auteur de la demande attestant 
que les renseignements donnés dans la demande sont véridiques 
et complets; 

c) si l'auteur de la demande est une personne morale, une société 
en nom collectif ou une entreprise à propriétaire unique, un 
certificat ou tout document exigé par le registrateur, précisant 
le statut juridique ou la capacité de l'auteur de la demande 
d'exploiter une entreprise; 

d) si l'auteur de la demande d'inscription ou de renouvellement 
d'inscription est un préposé au jeu, deux photographies format 
passeport de l'auteur de la demande, portant sa signature. 
Règl. de l'Ont 22/93, art. 5. 

Inscription des fournisseurs 



6. Every person who, on the day section 4 of the Act comes into 
force, is actively engaged in the business of providing goods or services 
with respect to the playing of games of chance is exempt from that 
section for a period of sixty days following that day. O. Reg. 22/93, 
s. 6. 

7. — ( I ) The Registrar may grant conditional registration as a supplier 
to a person who, 

(a) on the day section 4 of the Act comes into force, is actively 
engaged in the business of providing goods or services with 
respect to the playing of games of chance; and 



6 Quiconque, le jour de l 'entrée en vigueur de l'article 4 de la Loi, 
exploite activement une entreprise consistant à fournir des biens ou des 
services relatifs au déroulement de jeux de hasard est soustrait à 
l'application de cet article pendant soixante jours à compter de ce jour. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 6. 

7 (I) Le registrateur peut accorder une inscription conditionnelle 
comme foumisseur à une personne qui réunit les conditions suivantes : 

a) le jour de l'entrée en vigueur de l'article 4 de la Loi, cette 
personne exploite activement une entreprise consistant à fournir 
des biens ou des services relatifs au déroulement de jeux de 
hasard; 



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(b) on or before thirty days after the coming into force of section 4 
of the Act, submits an application for registration as a supplier 
completed in accordance with section 5. 

(2) Upon granting conditional registration to a person under subsec- 
tion (1), the Registrar shall send the person a certificate stating that the 
person has been conditionally registered under the Act. 



b) au plus tard trente jours après l'entrée en vigueur de l'article 4 
de la Loi, cette personne présente une demande d'inscription 
comme fournisseur remplie conformément à l'article 5. 

(2) Lorsqu'il accorde à une personne une inscription conditionnelle 
aux termes du paragraphe (1), le registrateur fait parvenir à cette 
personne un certificat mentionnant qu'elle est inscrite conditionnelle- 
ment aux termes de la Loi. 



(3) The conditional registration expires on the earlier of, 



(a) the day on which the Registrar grants or refuses the person's 
application under subsection 8(1); and 

(b) the 3 1 St day of January, 1 994. 

(4) Upon the expiration of the conditional registration, the registrant 
shall return the certificate of conditional registration to the Registrar and 
section 13 of the Act does not apply. 

(5) Section 1 3 of the Act and section 22 of this Regulation do not 
apply if the Registrar refuses to grant a conditional registration to a 
person under subsection (1). O. Reg. 22/93, s. 7. 



(3) L'inscription conditionnelle prend fin celui des jours suivants qui ■ 
arrive en premier : ^ 

i 

a) le jour de l'approbation ou du rejet de la demande de la ] 
personne par le registrateur aux termes du paragraphe 8(1); | 

b) le31 janvier 1994. 

(4) Lorsque l'inscription conditionnelle prend fin, la personne inscrite : 
renvoie le certificat d'inscription conditionnelle au registrateur et i 
l'article 13 de la Loi ne s'applique pas. ; 

(5) L'article 13 de la Loi et l'article 22 du présent règlement ne 
s'appliquent pas si le registrateur refuse d'accorder une inscription ! 
conditionnelle à une personne aux termes du paragraphe (1). Règl. de l 
l'Ont. 22/93, art. 7. i 



8. — ( I ) Subject to section 7, after receiving an application completed 
in accordance with section 5, the Registrar shall consider the application 
and shall, 



8 (I) Sous réserve de l'article 7, après avoir reçu une demande 
remplie conformément à l'article 5, le registrateur étudie la demande et : 



(a) grant the application and issue a certificate of registration to the 
applicant stating the expiry date of the registration; or 



a) soit approuve la demande et délivre à son auteur un certificat 
d'inscription mentionnant la date à laquelle l'inscription prend 
fin; 



(b) refuse the application. 

(2) A registration granted or renewed under subsection ( 1 ), other than 
a registration described in subsection (3), expires one year from the day 
on which it was granted or renewed. 

(3) A registration granted under subsection ( I ) expires on the 3 1 st day 
of January, 1994 if the registrant holds a conditional registration under 
section 7 immediately before the registration was granted O. Reg. 
22/93, s. 8. 

Registration of Gaming Assistants 



b) soit rejette la demande. 

(2) L'inscription accordée ou renouvelée aux termes du paragraphe 
(1), à l'exception de l'inscription visée au paragraphe (3), prend fin un 
an après le jour de son octroi ou de son renouvellement. 

(3) L'inscription accordée aux termes du paragraphe ( 1 ) prend fin le 
31 janvier 1994 si la personne inscrite est titulaire d'une inscription 
conditionnelle aux termes de l'article 7 immédiatement avant l'octroi de 
l'inscription. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 8. 

Inscription des préposés au jeu 



9. Every person who. on the day section 5 of the Act comes into 
force, is actively engaged in the business of participating in or facilitat- 
ing in any manner the playing of a game of chance is exempt from that 
section for a period of 180 days following that day. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 9. 



10. — ( 1 ) The Registrar may grant conditional registration as agaming 
assistant to a person who. 



9 Quiconque, le jour de l 'entrée en vigueur de l'article 5 de la Loi, 
exploite activement une entreprise consistant à participer à un jeu de 
hasard ou à en faciliter le déroulement de quelque façon que ce soit est 
soustrait à l'application de cet article pendant 180 jours à compter de ce 
jour. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 9. 

10 (I) Le registrateur peut accorder une inscription conditionnelle 
comme préposé au jeu à une personne qui réunit les conditions 
suivantes : 



(a) on the day section 5 of the Act comes into force, is actively 
engaged in the business of participating in or facilitating in any 
manner the playing of a game of chance; and 



(b) on or before ninety days after the coming into force of section 
5 of the Act, submits an application for registration as a gaming 
assistant completed in accordance with section 5. 



a) le jour de l'entrée en vigueur de l'article 5 de la Loi, cette 
personne exploite activement une entreprise consistant à 
participer à un jeu de hasard ou à en faciliter le déroulement de 
quelque façon que ce soit; 

b) au plus tard quatre-vingt-dix jours après l 'entrée en vigueur de 
l'article 5 de la Loi, cette personne présente une demande 
d'inscription comme préposé au jeu remplie conformément à 
l'article 5. 



(2) Upon granting conditional registration to a person under subsec- 
tion (1), the Registrar shall send the person a certificate stating that the 
person has been conditionally registered under the Act. 



(2) Lorsqu'il accorde à une personne une inscription conditionnelle 
aux termes du paragraphe (1), le registrateur fait parvenir à cette 
personne un certificat mentionnant qu'elle est inscrite condition- 
nellement aux termes de la Loi. 



(3) The conditional registration expires on the earlier of. 



(3) L'inscription conditionnelle prend fin celui des jours suivants qui 
arrive en premier ; 



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(a) the day on which the Registrar grants or refuses the person's 
application under subsection 11 (1); and 

(b) theSlstdayof July, 1994. 

(4) Upon the expiration of the conditional registration, the registrant 
shall return the certificate of conditional registration to the Registrar and 
section 13 of the Act does not apply. 

(5) Section 13 of the Act does not apply if the Registrar refuses to 
grant a conditional registration to a person under subsection ( 1 ). O. Reg. 
22/93, s. 10. 

11. — (1) Subject to section 10, after receiving an application 
completed in accordance with section 5, the Registrar shall consider the 
application and shall, 

(a) grant the application and issue a certificate of registration to the 
applicant stating the expiry date of the registration; or 



(b) refuse the application. 

(2) A registration granted or renewed under subsection ( 1 ), other than 
a registration described in subsection (3), expires one year from the day 
on which it was granted or renewed. 

(3) A regi stration granted under subsection ( I ) expires on the 3 1 st day 
of July, 1994 if the registrant holds a conditional registration under 
section 10 immediately before the registration was granted. O. Reg. 

22/93, s. 11. 

12. All classes of gaming assistants are exempt from the requirement 
in clause 5 ( 1 ) (b) of the Act to have a registered supplier named in their 
registration. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 12. 

Amendments and Cancellations 



a) le jour de l'approbation ou du rejet de la demande de la 
personne par le registrateur aux termes du paragraphe 11 (1); 

b) le 31 juillet 1994. 

(4) Lorsque l'inscription conditionnelle prend fm, la personne inscrite 
renvoie le certificat d'inscription conditionnelle au registrateur et 
l'article 13 de la Lx)i ne s'applique pas. 

(5) L'article 13 de la Loi ne s'applique pas si le registrateur refuse 
d'accorder une inscription conditionnelle à une personne aux termes du 
paragraphe ( 1 ). Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 1 0. 

11 (1) Sous réserve de l'article 10, après avoir reçu une demande 
remplie conformément à l'article 5, le registrateur étudie la demande et : 



a) soit approuve la demande et délivre à son auteur un certificat 
d'inscription mentionnant la date à laquelle l'inscription prend 
fin; 

b) soit rejette la demande. 

(2) L'inscription accordée ou renouvelée aux termes du paragraphe 
(1), à l'exception de l'inscription visée au paragraphe (3), prend fin un 
an après le jour de son octroi ou de son renouvellement. 

(3) L'inscription accordée aux termes du paragraphe (I) prend fin le 
31 juillet 1994 si la personne inscrite est titulaire d'une inscription 
conditionnelle aux termes de l'article 10 immédiatement avant l'octroi 
de l'inscription. Règl. de l'OnL 22/93, art. 1 1. 

12 Toutes les catégories de préposés au jeu sont soustraites à 
l'application de l'alinéa 5 (1) b) de la Loi prévoyant la mention d'un 
fournisseur inscrit dans leur inscription. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 12. 

Modifications et annulations 



13. — ( 1 ) To have a registration of a supplier under the Act amended 
before its expiry, the supplier shall submit an application to the Registrar 
in a form provided by the Registrar stating the amendment for which the 
supplier is applying. 

(2) If the registration, when amended, authorizes the supplier to 
provide goods or services that the supplier is not authorized to provide 
when making an application under subsection ( 1 ), the supplier shall pay 
to the Registrar, when making the application, the amount of the 
applicable fee set out in the Schedule that is prorated for the number of 
months or part of a month then remaining before the expiry of the 
registration. 

(3) If the registration, when amended, no longer authorizes the 
supplier to provide goods or services that the supplier is authorized to 
provide when making an application under subsection (1), the Registrar 
shall, 

(a) grant the application; and 

(b) refund to the supplier the amount of the fee set out in the 
Schedule that, 

(i) relates to the part of the registration being amended, and 

(ii) is prorated for the number of full months then remaining 
before the expiry of the registration. O. Reg. 22/93, 
s. 13. 

14. If the Registrar cancels a registration of a supplier under section 
16 of the Act upon the request in writing of the supplier, the Registrar 
shall refund to the supplier the amount of the fee set out in the Schedule 
that is prorated for the number of full months then remaining before the 
time on which the registration would have expired if it had not been 
cancelled. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 14. 



13 (1) Pour faire modifier son inscription aux termes de la Loi avant 
la fin de cette inscription, le fournisseur présente au registrateur une 
demande rédigée selon la formule fournie par ce dernier, où il énonce la 
modification qu'il demande. 

(2) Si, après modification, l'inscription du fournisseur l'autorise à 
fournir des biens ou des services qu'il n'est pas autorisé à fournir 
lorsqu'il présente une demande aux termes du paragraphe ( 1 ), il verse au 
registrateur, lorsqu'il présente la demande, le montant des droits 
applicables fixés dans l'annexe, calculé en proportion du nombre de 
mois ou de fraction de mois qui restent à courir jusqu'à la fin de 
l'inscription. 

(3) Si, après modification, l'inscription du fournisseur ne l'autorise 
plus à fournir des biens ou des services qu'il est autorisé à fournir 
lorsqu'il présente une demande aux termes du paragraphe (1), le 
registrateur : 

a) approuve la demande; 

b) rembourse au fournisseur le montant des droits fixés dans 
l'annexe : 

(i) qui concerne la partie de l'inscription qui est modifiée, 

(ii) qui est calculé en proportion du nombre de mois 
complets qui restent à courir jusqu'à la fin de l'inscrip- 
tion. Règl. de l 'Ont. 22/93, art. 1 3. 

14 Si le registrateur annule l'inscription d'un fournisseur aux termes 
de l'article 16 de la Loi sur présentation d'une demande écrite à cet effet 
par le fournisseur, il rembourse à ce dernier le montant des droits fixés 
dans l'annexe, calculé en proportion du nombre de mois complets qui 
restent à courir jusqu'au jour où l 'inscription aurait pris fin si elle n'avait 
pas été annulée. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 14. 



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15. A registrant whose registration is revoked, suspended or 
cancelled or who requests cancellation of registration under section 16 
of the Act shall immediately return to the Registrar by registered mail. 



(a) the registrant's certificate of registration, if the registrant is a 
supplier; and 

(b) the registrant'scertificateofregistration and identification card, 
if the registrant is a gaming assistant. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 15. 

Terms of Registration 



IS La personne inscrite dont l'inscription est révoquée, suspendue i 
ou annulée, ou qui demande l'annulation de son inscription aux termes : 
de l'article 16 de la Loi, renvoie immédiatement au registrateur pari 
courrier recommandé : j 

a) son certificat d'inscription, si la personne inscrite est uni 
fournisseur; > 

b) son certificat d'inscription et sa carte d'identité, si la personne ; 
inscrite est un préposé au jeu. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 15. 

Conditions de l'inscription ! 



16. The requirements set out in sections 17 to 20 for registered 
suppliers or registered gaming assistants are terms of their registration. 
O. Reg. 22/93, s. 16. 

17. Every supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator shall 
provide facilities, equipment, runners as described in paragraph 6 of 
section 3, callers, security, storage and event co-ordination in respect of 
every gaming premises that the person owns or operates. O. Reg. 
22/93, s. 17. 



18. — ( 1 ) Every registered supplier shall be responsible for the conduct 
of every person employed by the supplier and shall supervise those 
persons in the performance of their duties. 

(2) Every registered supplier shall keep the Registrar informed in 
writing of all registered gaming assistants who provide services to the 
supplier. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 18. 

19. — (1) For the purposes of section 26 of the Act, the premises at 
which a registered supplier shall keep the records required under the Act 
shall not be a dwelling unless the Registrar approves the premises in 
writing. 

(2) No registered supplier shall provide goods or services with respect 
to the playing of games of chance except at the business premises 
identified in the supplier's registration or such other premises as the 
Registrar approves in writing. 

(3) Every registered supplier shall prominently display his, her or its 
certificate of registration or a copy of the certificate at the business 
premises identified in the supplier's registration. 

(4) In addition to subsection (3). every supplier registered as a bingo 
hall owner or operator shall prominently display his, her or its certificate 
of registration or a copy of the certificate at the gaming premises the 
supplier owns or operates. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 19. 

20. Every registered supplier and registered gaming assistant shall 
comply with the terms of, 

(a) the licence for the gaming event in respect of which the person 
provides goods or services; and 

(b) any order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council made under 
the authority of the Criminal Code (Canada) in respect of the 
licence. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 20. ^ 

Fees 



16 Les exigences énoncées aux articles 17 à 20 dans le cas des i 
fournisseurs ou des préposés au jeu inscrits constituent des conditions de ; 
leur inscription. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 16. j 

17 Le fournisseur inscrit comme propriétaire ou exploitant de salle ] 
de bingo fournit des installations, du matériel, les services de messagers : 
décrits à la disposition 6 de l 'article 3, ainsi que des services de meneurs ; 
de jeu, de sécurité, d'entreposage ou de coordination d'activités, à| 
l'égard de chaque lieu réservé au jeu que cette personne possède ou ] 
exploite. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 17. ; 

18 (1) Le fournisseur inscrit est responsable de la conduite de toute : 
personne qu'il emploie et supervise ces personnes dans l'exercice del 
leurs fonctions. ) 

j 

(2) Le fournisseur inscrit informe par écrit le registrateur de l'identité i 
de tous les préposés au jeu inscrits qui lui fournissent des services, i 
Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 18. 

j 

19 (1) Pour l'application de l'article 26 de la Loi, l'endroit dans; 
lequel le fournisseur inscrit tient les registres exigés par la Loi ne peut; 
être un logement, à moins que le registrateur n'approuve cet endroit par ; 
écrit. 

(2) Le fournisseur inscrit ne peut fournir des biens ou des services^ 
relatifs au déroulement de jeux de hasard si ce n'est dans les locaux j 
commerciaux indiqués dans son inscription ou dans tout autre endroit; 
approuvé par écrit par le registrateur. .; 

(3) Le fournisseur inscrit affiche bien en vue son certificat d'inscrip- 
tion ou une copie de ce demier dans les locaux commerciaux indiqués^ 
dans son inscription. j 

(4) Outre l'exigence mentionnée au paragraphe (3), le fournisseur! 
inscrit comme propriétaire ou exploitant de salle de bingo affiche bien ; 
en vue son certificat d'inscription ou une copie de ce demier dans les] 
lieux réservés au jeu qu'il possède ou qu'il exploite. Règl. de l'Ont.] 
22/93, art. 19. 

! 

20 Toutfoumisseuroupréposéaujeuinscritrespectelesconditions :; 



a) de la licence relative à l'activité de jeu pour laquelle la per- 
sonne fournit des biens ou des services; 

b) de tout décret pris en vertu du Code criminel (Canada) relative- 
ment à la licence. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 20. 



Droits 



21. The application fees set out in the Schedule are payable to the 
Registrar for registration or renewal of registration. O. Reg. 22/93, 
S.2L 

22. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), upon refusing to grant an 
application for registration or renewal of registration as a supplier under 
the Act, the Registrar shall refund to the applicant the application fee 
less, 

(a) $75 in the case of a bingo hall owner or operator of a Class C 
bingo hall or a break open ticket seller; and 



21 Les droits fixés dans l'annexe sont payables au registrateur au 
moment de la présentation d'une demande d'inscription ou de renouvel- 
lement d'inscription. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 21. 

i 

22 (I) Sousréserveduparagraphe(2),lorsqu'ilrejetteunedemande! 
d'inscription ou de renouvellement d'inscription comme fournisseur aux; 
termes de la Loi, le registrateur rembourse à l'auteur de la demande les ' 
droits qu'il a acquittés au moment de présenter cette dernière moins : ' 

a) 75 $, dans le cas d'un propriétaire ou d'un exploitant de salle de i 
bingo de catégorie C ou d'un vendeur de billets à fenêtres; i 



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387 



(b) $250 in all other cases. 

(2) Upon refusing to grant an application for registration as a supplier 
under the Act to an applicant who holds a conditional registration under 
section 7 immediately before the application is refused, the Registrar 
shall refund to the applicant the amount of the application fee that is 
prorated for the number of full months then remaining before the 31st 
day of January, 1994. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 22. 



23. — (1) If the Registrar determines that an investigation under 
section 9 of the Act is necessary, the applicant shall pay to the Registrar 
the amount of $ 1 0,000, or such other amount as the Registrar determines. 



(2) The Registrar shall use the amount paid by the applicant under 
subsection ( 1 ) to pay the reasonable costs of the investigation and shall 
return the balance, if any, to the applicant. O. Reg. 22/93, s. 23. 



24. The following fees are payable to the Registrar for the services 
indicated: 

1 . Replacement certificate of registration as a supplier . . $50.00 



b) 250 $, dans les autres cas. 

(2) Lorsqu'il refuse d'approuver la demande d'inscription comme 
fournisseur aux termes de la Loi d'une personne qui est titulaire d'une 
inscription conditionnelle aux termes de l'article 7 immédiatement avant 
le rejet de la demande, le registrateur rembourse à I ' auteur de la demande 
le montant des droits qu'il a acquittés au moment de présenter cette 
dernière, calculé en proportion du nombre de mois complets qui restent 
à courir jusqu'au 31 janvier 1994. Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 22. 

23 (I) Si le registrateur détermine qu'une enquête aux termes de 
l'article 9 de la Loi est nécessaire, l'auteur de la demande verse au 
registrateur la somme de 10 000 $ ou toute autre somme fixée par le 
registrateur. 

(2) Le registrateur affecte la somme versée parl'auteurde la demande 
aux termes du paragraphe (1) au règlement des frais raisonnables 
d'enquête et rembourse le solde, le cas échéant, à l'auteur de la demande. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 23. 

24 Les droits suivants sont payables au registrateur au titre des 
services indiqués : 

I. Remplacement d'un certificat d'inscription 

comme fournisseur 50,00 S 



2. Replacement certificate of registration as a 

gaming assistant $25.00 

3. Replacement identification card for a gaming 

assistant $25.00 

O. Reg. 22/93, s. 24. 

25. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 48 of the 
Act is proclaimed. 

Schedule 

APPLICATION FEES 



2. Remplacement d'un certificat d'inscription 

comme préposé au jeu 25,00 $ 

3. Remplacement d'une carte d'identité de préposé 

au jeu 25,00 $ 

Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, art. 24. 

25 Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour où l'article 48 
de la Loi est proclamé en vigueur. 

Annexe 

DROITS À ACQUITTER AU MOMENT 
DE PRÉSENTER UNE DEMANDE 



Item 


Applicant 


FEE 


1. 

2. 


A bingo hall owner or 
operator of, 

(a) a Class A bingo hall 

(b) a Class B bingo hall 

(c) a Class C bingo hall 

A bingo hall owner or 
operator of the following 
bingo halls where break 
open tickets are sold in 
conjunction with the 
conduct of a bingo event, 

(a) a Class A bingo hall 

(b) a Class B bingo hall 

(c) a Class C bingo hall 


$10,000 for each hall 
$2.000 for each hall 
$500 for each hall 

$2,000 for each hall in addi- 
tion to the fees set out in 
clause (a) of item 1 

$500 for each hall in addition 
to the fees set out in clause (b) 
of item 1 

$200 for each hall in addition 
to the fees set out in clause (c) 
of item 1 



Point 


Auteur de la demande 


Droits 


1. 


Le propriétaire ou l'exploitant : 






a) d'une salle de bingo de catégorie A 


10 000$ par salle 




b) d'une salle de bingo de catégorie B 


2 000 $ par salle 




c) d'une salle de bingo de catégorie C 


500 $ par salle 


2. 


Le propriétaire ou l'exploitant d'une 
des salles de bingo suivantes où l'on 
vend des billets à fenêtres en même 
temps que l'on tient une activité de 
bingo : 






a) une salle de bingo de catégorie A 


2 000 $ par salle 
en sus des droits 
énoncés à l'alinéa 
a) du point 1 




b) une salle de bingo de catégorie B 


500 S par salle en 
sus des droits 
énoncés à l'alinéa 
b) du point 1 




c) une salle de bingo de catégorie C 


200 $ par salle en 
sus des droits 
énoncés à l'alinéa 
c) du point 1 



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O. Reg. 22/93; 



Item 


Applicant 


Fee 


3. 


A gaming service 
supplier 


$3.000 




4. 


A gaming equipment 
supplier 


$1,000 




5. 


A gaming equipment 
manufacturer 


$2,000 




6. 


A bingo paper or break 
open ticket manufacturer 


$10,000 




7. 


A break open ticket seller 


$200 




8. 


A gaming assistant 


$50 





Point 


Auteur de la demande 


Droits 


3. 


Un fournisseur de services relatifs au 
jeu 


3000$ 


4. 


Un fournisseur de matériel de jeu 


1000$ 


5. 


Un fabricant de matériel de jeu 


2000$ 


6. 


Un fabricant de feuilles de bingo ou de 
billets à fenêtres 


10 000$ 


7. 


Un vendeur de billets à fenêtres 


200$ 


8. 


Un préposé au jeu 


50$ 



O. Reg. 22/93, Sched. 



Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93, annexe^ 



6/93 



CORRECTIONS TO REVISED REGULATIONS 
OF ONTARIO, 1990 

Regulation 363 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

The fourth line of clause (a) of Form 2 of Regulation 363 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 should have read as follows: 

served by publication, within thirty days after the first publica- 
tion 

Regulation 964 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

Item 78 under the heading "Group B Hospitals'" in the Schedule to 
Regulation 964 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 should have 
read as follows: 



78. Timmins 



Timmins District 
Hospital 



CORRECTIONS TO SUPPLEMENT TO THE 
REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1990 1 

Ontario Regulation 546/91 published in Volume 2. 

Section 7 of Ontario Regulation 546/91 should have read as follows: 

7. Paragraph 6 of subsection 18 (4) of the Regulation is amended^ 
by striking out "applicable amount in" in the second line and 
substituting "amount of the variable shelter allowance set out in'V 

i 
Ontario Regulation 113/92 published in Volume 2. i 

Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 113/92 should have read asj 
follows: 

(2) Item 26 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the' 
following substituted: 

26. RUSSELL (No. 50) Russell All of the County of Russell. | 

Ontario Regulation 160/92 published in Volume 3. ; 

1 . Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 1 60/92 should have read aK 
follows: ] 

(2) Item 23 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and th^ 
following substituted: < 

23. PETERBOROUGH (No. 45) Peterborough All ofthe County op 

Peterborough. 

2. Items 36 and 37, as set out in subsection I (3) of Ontario Regulation! 
160/92, should have been numbered items 35 and 36. j 

i 
6/93 ii 



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O. Reg. 24/93 429 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—02—13 

ONTARIO REGULATION 23/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 21st, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 

1. Schedule 25 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 28 in the Town- 
ship of Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby in the County of Frontenac 
beginning at a point situate 74 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the roadway known as Bridge Street and extending 
easterly for a distance of 100 metres. 

2. Schedule 27 of Appendix A to the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Appendix B to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Schedule: 

Schedule 12 

HIGHWAY No. 50 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Highway 


Limits 


Period 


Maximum Period 


1. Highway No. 50 in the Village of Palgrave 
in the Town of Caledon in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel 


Between a point situate at its intersection with the 
roadway known as 25th Sideroad and a point situate 
at its intersection with the southerly limit of the 
structure known as the Humber River Bridge. 


Anytime 


2 hours 



O. Reg. 23/93, s. 3 



Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1993. 
7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 24/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 21st, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 630 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Vehicles on Controlled-Access Highways) 

1. Regulation 630 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 21 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in the City of 
Peterborough in the County of Peterborough lying between a point 



situate at its intersection with the King's Highway known as Nos. 28 and 
115 and a point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7B. O. Reg. 24/93, s. 1 , part. 

Schedule 22 

That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 7A and 1 15 in the 
County of Peterborough lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 1 15 and a point situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as Nos. 28 and 115. 
O. Reg. 24/93, s. \,part. 

Schedule 23 

That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 28 and 1 15 in the 
County of Peterborough lying between a point situate at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as Nos. 7A and 115 in the Township of 



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O. Reg. 28/93 



North Monaghan and a point situate at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Peterborough. O. Reg. 24/93, 
s. I, pari. 

Schedule 24 

That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 35 and 1 15 in the 
Town of Newcastle in The Regional Municipality of Durham lying 
between a point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 401 and a point situate at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 115. O. Reg. 24/93, s. \,part. 

Schedule 25 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 5 lying between a 
point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
40 1 in the Town of Newcastle in The Regional Municipality of Durham 
and a point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 7 in the City of Peterborough in the County of Peterborough. 
O. Reg. 24/93, s. \,part. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1993. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 25/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 21st, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 627 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Use of Controlled-Access Highways by Pedestrians) 

1. Schedule 23 to Regulation 627 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following paragraph: 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in the City of 
Peterborough in the County of Peterborough lying between a point 
situate at its intersection with the King's Highway known as Nos. 28 and 
115 and a point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7B. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1993. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 26/93 
made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT ^ 

Made: January 21st, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg, 621 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits in Tcrtitory Without Municipal Organization) 

1. Regulation 621 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 21 

1 . That part of the highway known as Turenne Road in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury between a point situate at its intersection with the 



northerly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 64 in the Township ', 

of Bigwood and a point situate at the end of the highway in the Town- i 

ship of Delamere. i 

2. Fifty kilometres per hour. O. Reg. 26/93, s. 1. 

Gilles Pouliot i 

Minister of Transportation ■ 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of January, 1993. j 

7/93 ' 



ONTARIO REGULATION 27/93 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: January 14lh, 1993 
Filed: January 25th. 1993 

Amending Reg. 440 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Vegetables for Processing — Marketing) 

1. Section 10 of Regulation 440 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following clause: 

(g.l) providing for the exemption from any or all of the regulations, 
orders or directions under the plan of any class, variety, grade 
or size of vegetables, or any person or class of persons engaged 
in the producing or marketing of vegetables or any class, 
variety, grade or size of vegetables; 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 

Russell E. Duckworth 
Chair 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 14th day of January, 1993. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 28/93 \ 

made under the \ 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT \ 

\ 
Made: January 14th, 1993 ! 

Filed: January 25th, 1993 \ 

Amending Reg. 394 of R.R.O. 1 990 j 

(Berries for Processing — Marketing) ' 

1. Sections 4 and 5 of Regulation 394 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revoked. 

2. Forms 1 and 2 of the Regulation are revoked. 

i 
Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: ! 

Russell E. Duckworth ! 
Chair | 

Gloria Marco Borys i 
Secretary i 

Dated at Toronto, Uiis 14th day of January, 1993. | 

7/93 



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O. Reg. 33/93 431 



ONTARIO REGULATION 29/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: September 18th, 1992 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section I of Regulation 687 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
791/92, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 



35. 



7/93 



All that portion of the City of North York, originally the Town- 
ship of York, bounded by the southerly widened limit of Finch 
Avenue, the westerly widened limit of Weston Road, the south- 
erly widened limit of Albion Road and the easterly bank of the 
Humber River, except those lands owned by The Metropolitan 
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority abutting the Humber 
River on the east. 



of the lands of The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conserva- 
tion Authority bordering the Humber River. 



7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 31/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: January 22nd, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 687 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
30/93, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

37. All of The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 30/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: September 18th, 1992 
Filed; January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section lof Regulation687ofRevisedRegulationsofOntario, 
1990, as most recently amended by .section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
29/93, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

36. All that portion of the City of North York, originally the Town- 
ship of York, bounded by the northerly limit of the original road 
allowance between the townships of York and Vaughan, being 
the boundary between the cities of North York and Vaughan, the 
westerly widened limit of Islington Avenue and the easterly limit 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: January 22nd, 1993 
Filed: January 25th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section lofRegulation687ofRevisedRegulationsofOntario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section I of Ontario Regulation 
31/93, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

38. All of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/93 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Item 13 of Table 1 of Regulation 552 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 655/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



13. 
14. 



On or after the 1 st day of November, 1992, but 

before the 1 st day of February, 1993 $798.63 



On or after the 1 st day of February, 1993 



800.29 



$26.26 
26.31 



$1,210.59 
1,208.93 



$39.80 
39.75 



$2,009.22 
2,009.22 



$66.06 
66.06 



2. Item 9 of Table 2 of the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 655/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 



139 



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Estimated incomes less $1 12.00 



10. 



On or after the 1st day of Person with no dependants — 

November, 1992, but maximum estimated income 

before the 1 st day of $9 1 0.63 
February, 1993 

Person with one dependant — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5,076.00 

Person with two dependants — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5,460.00 

Person with three dependants — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5,808.00 

Person with four or more 
dependants — maximum aggregate 
estimated incomes $6,120.00 

Person not referred to elsewhere in 
this item 

On or after the 1st day of Person with no dependants — 
February, 1993 maximum estimated income 

$912.29 

Person with one dependant — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5,081.00 

Person with two dependants — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5.465.00 

Person with three dependants — 
maximum aggregate estimated 
incomes $5,813.00 

Person with four or more 
dependants — maximum aggregate 
estimated incomes $6,125.00 

Person not referred to elsewhere in 
this item 



O. Reg. 34/93 

Estimated income less $1 12.00, 
divided by 30.4 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $2,680.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,064.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,412.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,724.00, divided by 3 



$798.63 



Estimated income less $11 2.00 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $2,680.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,064.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,412.00, divided by 3 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,724.00, divided by 3 



$800.29 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $2,680.00, divided by 91.2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,064.00, divided by 91.2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,412.00, divided by 91.2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,724.00, divided by 91.2 



$26.26 



Estimated income less $ 1 1 2.00, 
divided by 30.4 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $2,680.00, divided by 91.2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,064.00, divided by 91.2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,4 1 2.00, divided by 9 1 .2 



Aggregate estimated incomes 
less $3,724.00, divided by 91.2 



$26.31 



7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 34/93 

made under the 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

1. Item 13 of Table 1 of Regulation 832 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 656/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



13. On or after the 1 st day of November, 1992, but before the 1st day of 
February, 1993. 

14. On or after the 1st day of February, 1993. 



$798.63 
$800.29 



$26.26 
$26.31 



7/93 



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O. Reg. 36/93 433 



ONTARIO REGULATION 35/93 

made under the 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Made: December 21st, 1992 

Approved: January 27th, 1993 

Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 787 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Grants to University Faculties of Medicine) 

Note: A French version of Regulation 787 was added by O. Reg. 
610/91. 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 787 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 210/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Faculty of Medicine 


Amount of Grant 


Fiscal Year 


University of Ottawa 


$252,170 


April 1, 1992 to 
March 31, 1993 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 35/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DE LA SANTÉ 

pris le 21 décembre 1992 

approuvé le 27 janvier 1993 

déposé le 28 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. 787 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Subventions aux facultés de médecine) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement 787 a été ajoutée par 
le Règlement de l'Ontario 610/91. 

1 L'annexe du Règlement 787 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990, telle qu'elle est prise par l'article 2 du Règlement 
de l'Ontario 210/92, est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

Annexe 



Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


Colonne 3 


Faculté de médecine 


Montant de la 
subvention 


Exercice 


Université d'Ottawa 


252 170 $ 


Du 1" avril 1992 
au 31 mars 1993 



O. Reg. 35/93, s. 1. 



Frances Lankin 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 2 1st day of December, 1992. 

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Règl. de rOnt. 35/93, art. 1. 

Frances Lankin 
La ministre de la Santé 



Fait à Toronto le 21 décembre 1992. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 36/93 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 860 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Workplace Hazardous Materials 
Information System (WHMIS)) 

Note: A French version of Regulation 860 was added by O. Reg. 
356/91. 

1. Section 19 of Regulation 860 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding after "(Canada)" in the third 
line "including an appeal board established under subsection 43 (1) 
of that Act". 

2. Section 20 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) A label or material safety data sheet, to which a claim for an 
exemption from disclosure relates, shall meet the requirements of this 
Regulation excluding the information for which the exemption is 
sought. O. Reg. 36/93, s. 2. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 36/93 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LA SANTÉ ET LA SÉCURITÉ AU TRAVAIL 

pris le 27 janvier 1993 
déposé le 28 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. 860 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Système d'information sur les matériaux 
dangereux utilisés au travail (SIMDUT)) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement 860 a été ajoutée par 
le Règlement de l'Ontario 356/91. 

1 L'article 19 du Règlement 860 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par insertion, après « (Canada) » à la 
troisième ligne, de «, y compris une commission d'appel créée en 
vertu du paragraphe 43 (1) de cette loi ». 

2 L'article 20 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

(2) L'étiquette ou la feuille de données sur la sûreté des matériaux à 
laquelle se rapporte une demande d'exemption de divulgation des 
renseignements doit être conforme aux exigences du présent règlement 
qui portent sur l'exclusion des renseignements visés par l'exemption. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 36/93, art. 2. 



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O. Reg. 41/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 37/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

RECIPROCAL SUSPENSION OF DRIVER'S LICENCE 

1. The offence provisions in Column 2 of the Table enacted by the 
states of the United States of America in Column 1 are designated for the 
purposes of section 42 of the Act: 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


State 


Offence 


1. 

2. 
3. 


New York 

New York 
New York 


The operation of a motor vehicle while 
under the influence of alcohol or drugs 
under section 1 192 of the Vehicle and 
Traffic Law. 

Criminal negligence or manslaughter 
resulting from the operation of a motor 
vehicle under article 1 25 of the Penal Law. 

Reckless or dangerous driving under 
section 1212 of the Vehicle and Traffic 
Law. 



O. Reg. 37/93, s. 1. 



7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 38/93 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

GRANT TO THE NORTHERN DIABETES 
HEALTH NETWORK 

1. The Minister may pay an annual grant under section 76 of the Act 
to the Northern Diabetes Health Network to establish and oversee a 
northern diabetes health program covering northeast and northwest 
Ontario and to operate offices in Sudbury and Thunder Bay for those 
purposes. O. Reg. 38/93, s. 1. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 39/93 

made under the 

HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 636 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Section 43 of Regulation 636 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 Is amended by striking out "Table 3" in the sixth line 
of subsection (1) and in the seventh line of subsection (2) and 
substituting in each case "Table 1". 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 40/93 

made under the 

HEALTH CARDS AND NUMBERS CONTROL ACT, 1991 



Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 147/91 
(General) 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 147/91, as remade by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 337/91 and amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 413/92, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

4. The Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 40/93 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1991 SUR LE CONTRÔLE DES CARTES SANTÉ 

ET DES NUMÉROS DE CARTES SANTÉ 

pris le 27 janvier 1993 
déposé le 28 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 147/91 
(Disposition générale) 

1 L'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 147/91, tel qu'il est pris 
de nouveau par l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 337/91 et tel 
qu'il est modifié par l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 413/92, est 
modifié de nouveau par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

4 L'institut appelé Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences. 



7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 41/93 

^made under the 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 637 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Table 1 of Regulation 637 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 715/92, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



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TABLE 1 



O. Reg. 43/93 435 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Effective Date 


Basic 
(Daily) 


Ceiling 
(Daily) 


Preferred 
Accommo- 
dation 

Maximum 
(Daily) 


Personal 

Needs 

Allowance 


From and including the 1st day of December, 1992 up to and in- 
cluding the 31st day of January, 1993 

From and including the 1st day of February, 1993 


$26.26 
26.31 


$60.71 

60.71 


$46.04 
46.09 


$112.00 
112.00 



7/93 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 42/93 

made under the 

DAY NURSERIES ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 262 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

Note: A French version of Regulation 262 was added by O. Reg. 
218/91. 

1. Section 37 of Regulation 262 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding tlie following subsection: 



(2) Despite subclauses (1) (b) (iii) and (iv) and clause (1) (c), the 
operator may permit a child to carry his or her own asthma medication 
or emergency allergy medication in accordance with the procedures 
established under clause (1) (a). O. Reg. 42/93, s. 1. 



2. Section 48 of the Regulation is amended by adding tlie 
following subsection: 

(6) Every operator shall ensure that, 

(a) the medical officer of health or his or her designate, upon 
producing proper identification, is permitted to inspect the 
records referred to in clauses (1) (b), (c), (0. (g) and (j): and 

(b) copies of those records are provided to him or her on request. 
O. Reg. 42/93, s. 2. 

7/93 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 42/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES GARDERIES 

pris le 27 janvier 1993 
déposé le 28 janvier 1993 

modifiant le Règl. 262 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Une version française du Règlement 262 a été ajoutée par 
le Règlement de l'Ontario 218/91. 

1 L'article 37 du Règlement 262 des Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction du paragraplie 
suivant : 

(2) Malgré les sous-alinéas (1) b) (iii) et (iv) et l'alinéa (1) c), 
l'exploitant peut permettre à un enfant de porter sur lui ses propres 
médicaments contre l'asthme ou médicaments d'urgence contre l 'allergie 
conformément aux directives établies aux termes de l'alinéa (1) a). 
Règl. de l'Ont. 42/93, art. 1. 

2 L'article 48 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

(6) L'exploitant veille à ce que : 

a) le médecin-hygiéniste ou la personne qu'il désigne soit autorisé, 
après avoir présenté des pièces d'identité suffisantes, à inspec- 
ter les dossiers visés aux alinéas (1) b), c), f), g) et j); 

b) des copies de ces dossiers leur soient fournies sur demande. 
Règl. de l'Ont. 42/93, art. 2. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 43/93 

made under the 
GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 537 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Schedule E to Regulation 537 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 653/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Schedule E 



O. Reg. 45/93 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Effective Date 


Basic 
(Daily) 


Extended 

Care 
Ceiling 
(Daily) 


Personal 

Needs 

Allowance 


Intermediate 

Care 

Ceiling 

(Daily) 


From and including the 1st day of November, 1992 up to 

and including the 31st day of January, 1993 

From and including the 1st day of February, 1993 


$26.26 
26.31 


$71.87 
71.87 


$112.00 
112.00 


$62.45 
62.45 



O. Reg. 43/93, s.l. 



7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 44/93 

made under the 
FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 366 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subclause 12 (8) (a) (i) of Regulation 366 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
652/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(i) $26.3 1 a day, or 

2. This Regulations conies into force ont he 1st day of February, 
1993. 

7/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 45/93 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 69 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Table 1 of Regulation 69 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 714/92, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

TABLE 1 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Column 6 


Effective Date 


Basic 
(Daily) 


Ceiling 
(Daily) 


Preferred 
Accommo- 
dation 
Maximum 
(Daily) 


Personal 

Needs 

Allowance 


Residential 

Care 

Ceiling 


From and including the 1st day of December, 1992 up to and 
including the 31st day of January, 1993 

From and including the 1st day of February, 1993 


$26.26 
26.31 


$77.23 
77.23 


$46.04 
46.09 


$112.00 
112.00 


$44.42 
44.42 



O.Reg. 47/93, s.l. 



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437 



ONTARIO REGULATION 46/93 

made under the 
OPERATING ENGINEERS ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: January 28th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 904 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Regulation 904 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following sections: 

Refrigeration Plants and Installations 

26 J In sections 26.4 to 26.6, 

"ANSI/ASHRAE 34-1992" means the 1992 edition of Standard 34 
"Number Designation and Safety Classification of Refrigerants" of 
the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning 
Engineers Inc.; 

"CAN/CSA-B52-92" means the 1992 edition of Standard B52 Mechan- 
ical Refrigeration Code of the Canadian Standards Association; 

"Category 1 refrigerant' ' means a refrigerant classified into safety group 
Al refrigerants established by ANSI/ASHRAE 34-1992; 

"high pressure" ' means, in respect of a refrigeration unit, that all or part 
of the refrigerant circuit of the refrigeration unit is intended for and 
used at a pressure of more than 103 kPa; 

"unattended" means operated without the appointment of a chief 
operating engineer or chief operator and without an operating engineer 
or operator on duty providing supervision. O. Reg. 46/93, s. l.parf. 

26.4 — (1) A refrigeration plant or installation that is comprised of 
only high pressure refrigeration units using Category 1 refrigerants may 
be operated unattended if, 

(a) all refrigeration units have non-positive displacement com- 
pressors; 

(b) no refrigeration unit rating is more than 1000 kW; 

(c) no refrigeration installation rating is more than 3000 kW; and 

(d) every refrigeration installation is equipped with the systems, 
devices and controls referred to in subsections (2), (3) and (4). 

(2) A refrigeration installation referred to in subsection (1) shall be 
equipped with, 

(a) an audible and visible alarm system that, if any potentially 
unsafe condition is indicated by a protective device, 

(i) gives a warning to the operating engineer or operator or 
any other person who is located in the plant and is in 
charge of the installation, and 

(ii) continues to give a visible warning until the potentially 
unsafe condition is rectified or the installation is safely 
shut down; 

(b) an automatic control system that controls the installation when 
the operating engineer, operator or any other person in charge 
of the installation leaves the controls of the installation; 

(c) protective devices and controls, including pressure relief 
devices, required by the Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act or the 
regulations under that Act; 

(d) fail-safe devices required by subsection (3) which shall, if a 
potentially unsafe condition occurs, interrupt the supply of 
energy to the refrigerant compressor prime movers and prevent 



the installation from restarting under automatic control or under 
remote control; and 

(e) such other devices as are necessary to allow the installation to 
be operated safely. 

(3) For the purposes of clause (2) (d), the following devices are 
required: 

1. A refrigerant high pressure limiting device in the refrigerant 
discharge line from the compressor. 

2. A refrigerant high liquid level limiting device in the evaporator 
or the refrigerant suction accumulator, unless the design 
inherently prevents the possibility of liquid refrigerant being 
drawn into the compressor. 

3. A low flow limiting device in the condenser coolant circuit, if 
the refrigerant coolant is liquid cooled. 

4. A low flow limiting device in the compressor coolant circuit, if 
the compressor is liquid cooled. 

5. A low oil pressure limiting device, if a pressurized lubricating 
oil system is used. 

(4) A refrigeration installation referred to in subsection (1) and 
located in a machinery room shall be equipped with a gas detector 
system that will activate the alarm system required by clause (2) (a) and 
start a mechanical ventilation system if there is a leak of Category 1 
refrigerant causing, 

(a) the oxygen level in the room to fall below 19.5 per cent by 
volume; or 

(b) the airborne concentration of refrigerant to rise above the 
"immediately dangerous to life or health" limit as defined by 
CAN/CSA-B52-92. 

(5) For the purpose of subsection (4), "machinery room" means a 
machinery room as defined by CAN/CSA-B52-92. 

(6) A refrigeration installation referred to in subsection (1) shall 
comply with CAN/CSA-B52-92 and shall be installed and operated so 
as to ensure public safety. O. Reg. 46/93, s. I , part. 

26.5 — ( I ) A user of a refrigeration installation that is to be operated 
unattended under section 26.4 shall ensure that, 

(a) all controls, devices and systems required by that section are 
provided to the installation and tested and calibrated regularly; 
and 

(b) records of tests and calibrations are kept in a log book for the 
plant. 

(2) A user of a refrigeration installation that is to be operated 
unattended under section 26.4 shall ensure that the operating engineer or 
operator or any person in charge of the installation is instructed, 

(a) not to start the installation if any control, device or system 
required for it by section 26.4 is not functioning properly; or 

(b) to bring the installation to a safe stop immediately if the 
installation is operating when it is discovered that any control, 
device or system required by section 26.4 has ceased to 
function properly. 

(3) A person operating a refrigeration installation that is unattended 
under section 26.4 shall comply with clauses (2) (a) and (b). 

(4) If a refrigerant leak from an installation is indicated by the system 
required by subsection 26.4 (4), the user or the person in charge of the 
installation shall warn anyone who may be endangered by the leakage 
and take steps immediately to stop the leakage. O. Reg. 46/93, s. 1, 
part. 



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26.6 Despite subsections 26.5 (2) and (3), if a control, device or 
system required under section 26.4 for an installation ceases to function 
properly or if a refrigerant leak is indicated by a system required for an 
installation under subsection 26.4 (4), the installation may be operated 
if the user ensures that, 

(a) the control, device or system can be repaired or replaced 
immediately, and the user takes immediate action to repair or 
replace it and has the installation attended constantly until such 
repair or replacement is made by a person competent to do so; 

(b) an operating engineer or operator as required by section 15 of 
the Act is in constant attendance at the installation and deter- 
mines that the installation can be safely operated that way; or 

(c) the control, device or system has been repaired or replaced, and 
tested and found to function properly by a person competent to 
do so. O. Reg. 46/93, s. 1 , part. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 47/93 

made under the 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Made: December 7th, 1992 

Approved: January 27th, 1993 

Filed: January 29th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 164ofR.R.O. 1990 

(Fill, Construction and Alteration 
to Waterways — Nottawasaga Valley) 

1. Schedule 2 to Regulation 164 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 2 

In the County of Simcoe, more particularly described as follows: 

In the Town of Innisfil, in the County of Simcoe and being composed of 
those parts of the following lots and concessions: 



Concession 


LOT 


1 


3,4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 
14, 15 


n 


3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12, 13, 
14, 15, 16, 17 


III 


5,6,7,8,9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 
15, 16, 17 


IV 


2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11, 12, 
13, 14, 15 


V 


6,7,8,9,10, 11, 12,13,14,15 


VI 


4,5,6 


VII 


1,2,3 


VIII 


1,2,3,4,5,6 


IX 


1,2,4,5,6 


XI 


2 S 1/2 

3 S 1/2 

4 8 1/4 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 5 

In the County of Simcoe, more particularly described as follows: 

In the Township of Nottawasaga, in the County of Simcoe and being 
composed of those parts of the following lots and concessions: 



as shown on maps filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Aurora as Nos. NV2-1 to NV2-5, NV2-7 to NV2-17. 
O. Reg. 47/93, s. 1. 



Concession 


Lot 


I 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

W 1/2 10 

N 1/2 11 

12 

13 

14 

El/2 of El/2 15 

W 1/2 16 

17 

W 1/2 18 

W 1/2 19 

W 1/2 20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

W 1/2 of W 1/2 26 

N 1/2 of N 1/2 27 

E 1/2 28 

29 

30 

31 


11 


1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

El/2 of El/2 13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



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439 



Concession 



III 



IV 



Lot 



E 1/2 of E 1/2 
N 1/2 



N 1/2 of N 1/2 



W 1/2 



S 1/2 

E 1/2 of E 1/2 

W 1/2 

S 1/2 of S 1/2 

W 1/2 of W 1/2 
W 1/2 

E 1/2 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

IS 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 



Concession 


Lot 


V 




1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 




E 1/2 


14 
15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 

21 
22 
23 




W l/2ofW 1/2 


24 
25 
26 
27 
28 




S 1/2 of S 1/2 


29 




N 1/2 of N 1/2 


32 
33 
34 
35 
36 






37 
38 
39 


VI 




1 
2 




W l/2ofW 1/2 


5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 




W 1/2 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 




W 1/2 


27 




W 1/2 


28 




W 1/2 


29 
30 
31 
34 
35 
36 




W 1/2 


37 
38 
39 

40 



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Concession 



VII 



vin 



Lot 



W 1/2 
W 1/2 
S 1/2 



E 1/2 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 



Concession 


Lot 


IX 




1 




W 1/2 of W 1/2 


2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 




E 1/2 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 




W 1/2 


21 
22 
23 
24 




E 1/2 


25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


X 


E 1/2 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 




E 1/2 of E 1/2 


9 




W 1/2 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 




W 1/2 


15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 




• 


28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
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39 
40 
41 
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Concession 



XI 



XII 



Lot 



S 1/2 of S 1/2 
N 1/2 of N 1/2 



S 1/2 of S 1/2 



E 1/2 

N 1/2 of N 1/2 



S 1/2 



W 1/2 

E 1/2 
E 1/2 



E 1/2 of E 1/2 



E 1/2 of E 1/2 



N 1/2 of N 1/2 



N l/2ofN 1/2 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

18 

19 

20 

22 

23 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 

38 

39 

40 

41 

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43 

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2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

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14 

15 

18 

19 

20 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

38 

39 

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41 

42 

43 

44 

45 



as shown on maps filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Aurora as Nos. NV5-2 to NV5-17 and NV5-19 to NV5-26, 
both inclusive. O. Reg. 47/93, s. 2, parr. 

Schedule 6 

In the County of Simcoe, more particularly described as follows: 

In the Town of Stayner, in the County of Simcoe and being composed 
of the area contained within the following irregular boundaries: 

1 . Commencing at the intersection of Jane Street and Warrington 
Road; thence northeast on Jane Street; thence from the intersec- 
tion of Jane Street and Cherry Street continuing easterly, 
paralleling Sunnidale Street until the Town of Stayner-Sunni- 
dale Township boundary; thence south on this boundary; thence 
west along the Town of Stayner-Nottawasaga Township 
boundary and continuing west on a line extended from this 
boundary to Warrington Road; thence northwest on Warrington 
Road to the point of commencement. 

2. Commencing at the intersection of Pine Street and Christopher 
Street; thence following a line projected from the south end of 
Pine Street in a southeasterly direction to Margaret Street; 
thence west on Margaret Street to a point created by the south- 
westerly projection of Charles Street; thence following this 
projected line in a northeasterly direction to Christopher Street; 
thence east on Christopher Street to the point of commence- 
ment 

3. Commencing at the southwesterly comer of the Town of 
Stayner; thence northward along the Town of Stayner-Nottawa- 
saga Township boundary to a point created by the extension of 
Margaret Street westward to the Town of Stayner boundary; 
thence following this projected line eastward to a point created 
by the southward extension of Side Street; thence southward on 
this extension to the Town of Stayner boundary; thence west on 
this boundary to the point of commencement. 

4. Commencing at the intersection of John Street and King Street 
South; thence following John Street in an easterly; thence 
northeasterly direction to Pine Street; thence northwesterly on 
Pine Street to Point Street; thence west on Point Street; thence 
north on King Street South; thence east on Main Street to Mill 
Street; thence southeast on Mill Street to Gideon Street; thence 
northeast on Gideon Street; thence northwest on Huron Street; 
thence east on Main Street; thence northwest; thence north on 
Scott Street; thence east on Wier Street; thence north on Mowat 
Street to the Town of Stayner-Nottawasaga Township boun- 
dary; thence west following this boundary to a point created by 
the northward projection of Caroline Street; thence south 
following this Caroline Street projection to Hamilton Drive; 
thence west on Hamilton Drive; thence north on Louisa Street; 
thence west on Church Street; thence north on Scott Street to 
the proposed Simcoe Street; thence west on this street to the 
Canadian National Railway tracks; thence northwest on these 
tracks to the northem Town of Stayner boundary; thence 
westerly on this boundary; thence southerly along this boundary 
to Main Street; thence east on Main Street to Stayner Street; 
thence following a line projected south from the most eastern 
section of Stayner Street to the Town of Stayner-Nottawasaga 
Township boundary; thence east on this boundary to Airport 
Road (King Street South); thence north to the point of com- 
mencement. 

as shown on maps filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Aurora as Nos. NV6-1 to NV6-3, both inclusive. O. Reg. 
47/93, s. 2, part. 



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Schedule 7 

In the County of Simcoe, more particularly described as follows: 

In the City of Barrie, in the County of Simcoe and being composed of 
those parts of the following lots and concessions: 

1 . Those parts of the City of Barrie composed of the following lots 
and parts of lots formerly in the Township of Innisfil: 



Concession 


Lot 


XI 


N 1/2 1 
N 1/2 2 
N 1/2 of N 1/2 3 
N 1/2 4 


XII 


1 
2 
3 
4 
S 1/2 5 


XIII 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 


XIV 


1 
2 
3 

4 

5 



2. Those parts of the City of Barrie composed of the following lots 
formerly in the Township of Vespra: 



Concession 


Lot 


III 


19 
20 


IV 


18 
19 



3. Those parts of the City of Barrie with the following irregular 
boundaries: 

i. Commencing at the intersection of Cundles Road East and St. 
Vincent Street; thence following Cundles Road East in a north- 
easterly direction until its end; thence due north to the 
Barrie/Vespra Township boundary; thence following this 
boundary in a northeasterly direction to Little Lake; thence 
southwesterly to the intersection of Alliance Boulevard and Bell 
Farm Road; thence southwesterly following Bell Farm Road to 
St. Vincent Street; thence northwesterly along St. Vincent 
Street to the point of commencement. 

ii. Commencing at the northeast comer of Highway 400 ané the 
Barrie/Vespra Township boundary; thence westerly following 
the Barrie/Vespra Township boundary to Little Lake; thence 
following the shoreline of Little Lake southwesterly and then 
northwesterly to the Barrie/Vespra Township boundary; thence 
following this boundary southwesterly to a point projected from 
the west end of Little Lake Sideroad; thence southerly follow- 
ing Duckworth Street to Highway 400; thence northeasterly 
along Highway 400 to the point of commencement. 



iii. Commencing at the intersection of Bell Farm Road, Duckworth 
Street and Georgian Drive; thence following Georgian Drive 
northerly; thence easterly to Highway 11; thence following 
Highway 1 1 southerly to a line projected from Bell Farm Road 
at Duckworth Street; thence following this projected line back 
to the point of commencement. 

iv. Commencing at Miller Drive and King's Highway 90; thence 
running northwest on Miller Drive; thence running easterly 
along the hydro corridor to the Nottawasaga Valley Conserva- 
tion Authority Watershed boundary; thence following this 
boundary easterly to King's Highway 90; thence following 
Highway 90 westerly to the point of commencement. 

as shown on maps filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Aurora as Nos. NV7-1 to NV7-5, NV7-11 to NV7-14, 
NV7-20 to NV7-22, NV7-29 to NV7-32, NV7-40 to NV7-43, NV7-52 
to NV7-54, NV7-90, NV7-96 to NV7-101, NV7-103 to NV7-108. 

O.Reg. 47/93, s. 2, port. 

Schedule 8 

In the County of Simcoe, more particularly described as follows: 

In the Township of Adjala, in the County of Simcoe and being composed 
of those parts of the following lots and concessions: 



Concession 


LOT 


I 


Outside Watershed 1 

Outside Watershed 2 

Outside Watershed 3 
5 
6 
7 
8 

W 1/2 9 
10 

W 1/2 11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

N 1/2 of N 1/2 25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

N 1/2 31 
32 



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Concession 


Lot 


11 


Outside Watershed 1 

Outside Watershed 2 

Outside Watershed 3 

W 1/2 5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

W 1/2 23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 


III 


Outside Watershed 1 

Outside Watershed 2 

Outside Watershed 3 

E 1/2 4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

E 1/2 23 

E 1/2 of E 1/2 24 

25 

26 

27 

28 

29 

W 1/2 30 

31 

32 



Concession 


Lot 


IV 


Outside Watershed 1 

Outside Watershed 2 

Outside Watershed 3 

N 1/2 4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

15 

16 

17 

W 1/2 19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

28 

29 

N 1/2 30 

31 

32 


V 


Outside Watershed 1 

Outside Watershed 2 

Outside Watershed 3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

24 

25 

26 

N 1/2 27 

28 

29 

30 

S 1/2 31 

N 1/2 32 



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Concession 


Lot 




Concession 


Lot 


VI 


Outside Watershed 


1 


VIII 


N 1/2 3 




Outside Watershed 


2 






S 1/2 4 




N 1/2 


3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 






El/2 5 

6 

15 

E 1/2 17 
18 
19 
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21 




El/2 


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Wl/2 


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27 




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20 
21 






28 

S 1/2 29 

31 












22 


as shown on maps filed in the Aurora Regional Office of the Ministry of 




S 1/2 


23 


Natural Resources as Nos. NV8- 1 to NV8- 14, inclusive. 0. Reg. 47/93, 




W 1/2 


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26 


s. 2, part. 






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Diane Lessels 






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Chair 






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Waynf R Wii son 


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4 


Secretary-Treasurer 






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CORRECTION 






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Ontario Regulation 297/91 under the Small Business Development 






Corporations Act published in Volume 1 of the Supplement 




E 1/2 


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20 
21 


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have been numbered section 6. 






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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—02—20 



ONTARIO REGULATION 48/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

ARBORIST 

1. In this Regulation, "eutorist" means a person who plants, 
maintains and removes woody plants. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 1. 

2. The trade of arborist is designated as a certified trade for the 
purposes of the Act. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 2. 

3. — (1) An apprenticeship training program is established for the 
trade of arborist. 

(2) The apprenticeship training program shall consist of not less than 
4,000 hours and not more than 6,000 hours of, 

(a) classes that provide training and instruction; and 

(b) on the job training and work experience. 

(3) An employer shall not establish an apprenticeship training 
program unless the program is approved by the Director. O. Reg. 
48/93, s. 3. 

4. The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the trade of arborist is three times the number of journeymen 
in the trade who will be working with the apprentices at the same job site 
and who are employed by the employer, plus three if the employer is also 
a journeyman in the trade who will be working with the apprentices at 
the same job site. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 4. 

5. Despite subsection 8 (2) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, hours worked by an apprentice in the trade of 
arborist in excess of his or her regular hours shall be included in 
computing the apprentice's hours of on the job training and work 
experience. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 5. 

6. Subsection 1 ( 1 ) of Regulation 1 055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the trade of arborist. 
O. Reg. 48/93. s. 6. 

7. — (1) Section 9 and subsection 10 (2) of the Act do not apply to a 
person who works or is employed in the trade of arborist. 

(2) Subsection 10 (3) of the Act does not apply to an employer in the 
trade of arborist. 

(3) Section 1 8 of the Act does not apply to a person with a certificate 
of qualification in the trade of arborist. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 7. 

8. Subsection 10 (4) of the Act does not apply to a person who is 
working in the trade of arborist when this Regulation comes into force. 
O. Reg. 48/93, s. 8. 

9. An applicant for a certificate of qualification in the trade of 
arborist shall submit to the Director evidence satisfactory to the Director 
that the applicant, 

(a) has successfully completed an apprenticeship training program 
in the trade of arborist; or 



(b) 



has engaged in the trade of arborist for at least 6,000 hours and 
is able to climb trees and work at heights. O. Reg. 48/93, s. 9. 



8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 49/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: Febniary 1st, 1993 

BAKER 

1. In this Regulation, "baker" means a person who, 

(a) by mixing or blending a variety of ingredients and baking them 
in an oven, produces breads, buns and rolls from straight and 
sponge doughs and produces yeast-raised goods, puff paste 
goods, aerated products, choux paste, cookies, pies, tarts and 
squares; 

(b) produces and finishes cakes, produces icings, base fillings and 
creams for baked goods, manages materials purchasing and 
storage and manages product costing and marketing; or 

(c) produces, displays and presents fillings, batters, doughs, dough 
products, confectionery items, ices and decorated and specialty 
items. O.Reg. 49/93, s. 1. 

2. The trade of baker is designated as a certified trade for the 
purposes of the Act. O. Reg. 49/93, s. 2. 

3. The trade of baker is composed of three branches as follows: 

1. Branch 1, junior baker, being persons who do the work 
described in clause (a) of the definition of "baker" in 
section 1 but who do not do the work described in clauses (b) 
and (c) of that definition. 

2. Branch 2, baker, being persons who do the work described in 
clauses (a) and (b)ofthe definition of "baker" in section 1 but 
who do not do the work described in clause (c) of that defini- 
tion. 

3. Branch 3, pâtissier, being persons who do the work described 
in clauses (a), (b) and (c) of the definition of "baker" in section 
1. O. Reg. 49/93, s. 3. 

4. — ( 1 ) Apprenticeship training programs are established for the three 
branches of the trade of baker. 

(2) The apprenticeship training programs shall consist of, 

(a) classes that provide training and instruction; and 

(b) on the job training and work experience. 

(3) The apprenticeship training program, 

(a) for Branch I of the trade shall consist of not less than 3,000 
hours and not more than 4,000 hours of classes and on the job 
training and work experience; 

(b) for Branch 2 of the trade shall consist of not less than 5,000 



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hours and not more than 6,000 hours of classes and on the job 
training and work experience; and 

(c) for Branch 3 of the trade shall consist of not less than 6,000 
hours and not more than 7,000 hours of classes and on the job 
training and work experience. 

(4) An employer shall not establish an apprenticeship training 
program unless the program is approved by the Director. O. Reg. 
49/93, s. 4. 

5. The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the trade of baker is two times the number of journeymen 
in the trade who will be working with the apprentices and who are 
employed by the employer, plus two if the employer is also a journey- 
man in the trade. O. Reg. 49/93, s. 5. 

6. Despite subsection 8 (2) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, hours worked by an apprentice in the trade of 
baker in excess of his or her regular hours shall be included in computing 
the apprentice's hours of on the job training and work experience. 
O. Reg. 49/93, s. 6. 

7. Subsection 10 (1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the trade of baker. 
O. Reg. 49/93, s. 7. 

8. — (1) A person who holds a certificate of qualification in Branch 1 
of the trade of baker may obtain a certificate of qualification, 

(a) in Branch 2 of the trade, on completion of 2,000 hours of on the 
job training and work experience in work described in clause 
(b) of the definition of "baker" in section 1; or 

(b) in Branch 3 of the trade, on completion of 3,000 hours of on the 
job training and work experience in work described in clauses 
(b) and (c) of the definition of "baker" in section 1. 

(2) A person who holds a certificate of qualification in Branch 2 of 
the trade of baker may obtain a certificate of qualification in Branch 3 of 
the trade on completion of 1 ,000 hours of on the job training and work 
experience in work described in clause (c) of the definition of ' 'baker' ' 
in section 1. 

(3) A person who holds a certificate of qualification in Branch 3 of 
the trade of baker may obtain a certificate of qual ification in Branch 2 of 
the trade without further training or work experience. O. Reg. 49/93, 
s. 8. 

9. — (1) Section 9 and subsection 10 (2) of the Act do not apply to a 
person who works or is employed in the trade of baker. 

(2) Subsection 10 (3) of the Act does not apply to an employer in the 
trade of baker. 

(3) Section 1 8 of the Act does not apply to a person with a certificate 
of qualification in the trade of baker. O. Reg. 49/93, s. 9. 

10. Regulation 1044 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 50/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1068ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Motor Vehicle Mechanic) 

1. Sections 6 and 7 of Regulation 1068 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following substituted: 



6. Subsection 10 (1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of j 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. ] 
O.Reg. 50/93, s. 1, parr. J 

7. The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an ; 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of employees ! 
who hold certificates of qualification in the certified trade and who work 
with the apprentices, plus two if the employer also holds a certificate of 
qualification in the certified trade. O. Reg. 50/93, s. 1 , part. i 

8/93 -, 

:! 

ONTARIO REGULATION 51/93 ' 

made under the ! 

TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT ^ 

Made: January 27th, 1993 i 

Filed: February 1st, 1993 i 

Amending Reg. 1039 of R.R.O. 1990 | 

(Alignment and Brakes Mechanic) ] 

i 

1. Section 6 of Regulation 1039 of Revised Regulations of ' 

Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: \ 

6. Subsection 10(1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. 
O.Reg. 51/93, s. 1, part. ' 

6.1 Themaximumnumberofpersons who may be apprenticed to an ■ 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of employees 

who hold certificates of qualification in the certified trade and who work ' 

with the apprentices, plus two if the employer also holds a certificate of | 

qualification in the certified trade. O. Reg. 5 1/93, s. 1 , part. : 

8/93 ; 

-Î 
ONTARIO REGULATION 52/93 

made under the 

TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT '\ 

Made: January 27th, 1993 i 

Filed: February 1st, 1993 ] 

Amending Reg. 1054 of R.R.O. 1990 > 

(Fuel and Electrical Systems Mechanic) j 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 1054 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Subsection 10 ( 1 ) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of i 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade, j 
O.Reg. 52/93, s. 1, part. ] 

7.1 Themaximumnumberofpersons who may be apprenticed to an | 

employer in the certified trade is two times the number of employees ; 
who hold certificates of qualification in the certified trade and who work 
with the apprentices, plus two if the employer also holds a certificate of 

qualification in the certified trade. O. Reg. 52/93, s. 1 , part. j 

8/93 ; 

ONTARIO REGULATION 53/93 i 

made under the ! 

TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT ] 

'i 

Made: January 27th, 1993 i 

Filed: February 1st, 1993 i 

Amending Reg. 1081 of R.R.O. 1990 ■ 

(Transmission Mechanic) i 

1 
1 

1. Section 6 of Regulation 1081 of Revised Regulations of Î 

Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: ; 



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6. Subsection 10 (1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. 
O. Reg. 53/93, s. l.part. 

6. 1 The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of employees 
who hold certificates of qualification in the certified trade and who work 
with the apprentices, plus two if the employer also holds a certificate of 
qualification in the certified trade. O. Reg. 53/93, s. 1 , part. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 54/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1052ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Farm Equipment Mechanic) 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 1052 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Subsection 10 ( 1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. 
O. Reg. 54/93, s. 1. 

2. Section 9 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

9. The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of journeymen 
in the trade who are employed by the employer and who worlc with the 
apprentices, plus two if the employer is a journeyman in the trade. 
O. Reg. 54/93, s. 2. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 55/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1042ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Automotive Machinist) 

1. Sections 6 and 7 of Regulation 1042 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following substituted: 

6. Subsection 10 (I) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. 
O. Reg. 55/93, s. \,part. 

1. The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of journeymen 
in the trade who are employed by the employer and who work with the 
apprentices, plus two if the employer is a journeyman in the trade. 
O. Reg. 55/93, s. \,part. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 56/93 

made under the 
TRADES QUALIFICATION ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1082ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Truck -Trailer Repairer) 

1. Section 6 of Regulation 1082 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



6. Subsection 10 ( 1) of Regulation 1055 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 does not apply to an apprentice in the certified trade. 
O. Reg. 56/93. s. \,part. 

6.1 The maximum number of persons who may be apprenticed to an 
employer in the certified trade is two times the number of employees 
who hold certificates of qualification in the certified trade and who work 
with the apprentices, plus two if the employer also holds a certificate of 
qualification in the certified trade. O. Reg. 56/93, s. 1 , part. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 57/93 

made under the 

MILK ACT 

Made: January 29th, 1993 
Filed: Febniary 1st, 1993 

Revoking Reg. 762 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Milk Producers, Licences, Quotas, Pools and Transportation) 

1. Regulation 762 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 and 
Ontario Regulation 29/91 are revoked. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

John Core 
Chair 

Harry Parker 
Secretary 

Dated at Mississauga, this 29th day of January, 1993. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 58/93 

made under the 

MILK ACT 

Made: January 29th, 1993 
Filed: February 1st, 1993 

Revoking Reg. 755 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Levies — Milk) 

1. Regulation 755 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 and 
Ontario Regulation 186/92 are revoked. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

John Core 
Chair 

Harry Parker 
Secretary 

Dated at Mississauga, this 29th day of January, 1993. 

8/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 59/93 

made under the 

LONDON-MIDDLESEX ACT, 1992 

Made: January 25th, 1993 
Filed: February 3rd, 1993 

PROTECTION OF EMPLOYEES AND 
RETIRED EMPLOYEES 

1. In this Part, 

"benefits" means life insurance, dependant life insurance, accidental 



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death and dismemberment benefits, supplementary health insurance, 
supplementary hospital insurance, dental insurance, vision care, sick 
leave, short term sickness protection, long term income protection, 
leaves of absence, pregnancy, adoption and parental leave, bereave- 
ment leave, paid holidays, professional and licence fees, vacations 
with pay and pension and retirement benefits; 

"employee" does not include an employee employed under a contract 
for a definite term or task; 

"trade union" means a trade union certified under the Labour Relations 
Act. O. Reg. 59/93, s.l. 

2. A person who is an employee of the City of London or its local 
boards on the 31st day of December, 1992 is guaranteed employment 
with the City or its local boards until the person resigns or retires from 
his or her employment. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 2. 

3. A person who is an employee of a municipality from which land 
is annexed under the Act or its local boards or the public utilities 
commission of the City of London and who becomes an employee of the 
City or its local boards under section 20 or 26 of the Act is guaranteed 
employment with either the City or its local boards until the person 
resigns or retires from his or her employment. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 3. 

4. Nothing in section 2 or 3 prevents the City of London or its local 
boards from terminating the employment of an employee for just cause 
or for any reason not directly related to the annexations under the Act. 
O. Reg. 59/93, s. 4. 

5. — (1) A person who becomes an employee of the City or its local 
boards under section 20 or 26 of the Act is entitled to receive benefits at 
levels that are not lower than the person was entitled to receive on the 
day before the person began employment with the City or the local 
board. 

(2) Subsection ( I ) appl ies despite any agreement made before the 1 st 
day of January, 1993 between the employee and the City or a trade union 
on behalf of the employee and the City. 

(3) Nothing in this section has the effect of terminating or amending 
an agreement described in subsection (2). O. Reg. 59/93, s. 5. 

6. The benefits under section 5 shall be provided, 

(a) where an employee is covered by a collective agreement on the 
day before the person began employment with the City of 
London or its local boards, in accordance with the terms of the 
agreement on that day; and 

(b) where an employee is not covered by a collective agreement on 
the day before the person began employment with the City of 
London or its local boards, in accordance with the terms of the 
benefits plan available to the person on that day. O. Reg. 
59/93, s. 6. 

7. A person who becomes an employee of the City of London or its 
local boards under section 20 or 26 of the Act is entitled to receive the 
benefits under section S until the earlier of, 

(a) the date that the trade union representing an employee contracts 
out of or waives his or her entitlement to the benefits; ^ 

(b) the date that an employee who is not represented by a trade 
union contracts out of or waives his or her entitlement to the 
benefits; and 

(c) the date that an employee resigns, retires, or is terminated for 
just cause or for any reason not directly related to the annex- 
ations under the Act. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 7. 

8. A person shall, on the day he or she becomes an employee of the 
City of London or its local boards under section 20 or 26 of the Act, be 
credited with the attendance, overtime or other credits he or she has 
accumulated with respect to benefits on the day prior to the day the 



person began employment with the City or the local board. O. Reg. 
59/93, s. 8. 

9. Subject to the provisions of any collective agreement covering the 
employee, sections 5, 6, 7 and 8 do not apply to an employee when the 
City of London or its local boards discipline the employee for just cause. 
O. Reg. 59/93, s. 9. 

10. A person who is a retired employee of the Town of Westminster 
or its local boards or the public utilities commission of the City of 
London on the 31st day of December, 1992 shall be deemed to be a 
retired employee of the City of London or its local boards on the 1st day 
of January, 1993 as agreed upon by the City and its local boards. 
O. Reg. 59/93, s. 10. 

IL A retired employee referred to in section 10 is entitled to receive 
benefits at levels that are not lower than the person was entitled to 
receive on the 31st day of December, 1992. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 1 1. 

12. The benefits under section 1 1 shall be provided, 

(a) where a retired employee is covered by a collective agreement 
on the 31st day of December, 1992, in accordance with the 
terms of the agreement on that day; and 

(b) where a retired employee is not covered by a collective agree- 
ment on the 31st day of December, 1992, in accordance with 
the terms of the benefits plan which was available to the person 
on that day. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 1 2. 

13. A person who becomes a retired employee of the City of London 
or its local boards under section 10 is entitled to receive the benefits 
under section 1 1 until, 

(a) the date that the trade union representing a retired employee 
contracts out of or waives his or her entitlement to the benefits; 



(b) the date that a retired employee who is not represented by a 
trade union contracts out of or waives his or her entitlement to 
the benefits. O. Reg. 59/93, s. 1 3. 

14. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1993. 

Dave Cooke 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of January, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 60/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 22nd, 1993 
Filed: February 4th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 279/80 
(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area) 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

125. — (1) Despite section 36, the land described in subsection (2) 
may be used for the erection, location and use of a facility for the 
manufacturing, fabrication and sale of prefabricated wall panels and a 
motor vehicle repair shop. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the Geographic 
Township of Aweres, in the Territorial District of Algoma, being part of 
the southeast quarter of section 20, designated as lots 21 and 22, on the 



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Registrar's compiled Plan H-685, registered in the Land Registry Office CORRECTION 

for the Land Registry Division of Algoma (No. 1) on February 26, 

1973. O. Reg. 60/93, s. I. Regulation 537 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 under the 

_ _ ,, General Welfare Assistance Act. 

Bryan O. Hill •* 

, ,j ■ ■ n'^^^ "l The reference "subsection 12(4)" in the third line of subsection 30 (2) 

Plans Administration Branch ^^^ j^ j^^ j^j^j H^^ ^^ subsection 30 (3) of Regulation 537 of Revised 

w ■ , „ '. ."f i^"'^' Regulations ofOntario, 1990 should have read in each case "subsection 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 1 2 ?2^ or f3 V ' 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of January, 1993. o/g-i 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1993— «2— 27 



ONTARIO REGULATION 61/93 

made under the 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 8th, 1993 

ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY FISHING LICENCES 

1. In this Regulation, an "aboriginal community" includes a First 
Nation, an Indian band council and a tribal council. O. Reg.61/93,s. 1. 

2. An aboriginal community fishing licence may be issued by the 
Minister to an aboriginal community for the benefit of its members 
authorizing fishing for food, social or ceremonial purposes. O. Reg. 
61/93, s. 2. 

3. An aboriginal person who is a member of an aboriginal commun- 
ity which has been issued an aboriginal community fishing licence shall 
be deemed to be a holder of a licence to fish. O.Reg. 61/93, s. 3. 

4. An aboriginal person who is deemed to be a holder of a licence 
under section 3 shall, 

(a) fish in a manner consistent with the conditions set out in the 
aboriginal community fishing licence; and 

(b) carry proof of his or her membership in the aboriginal commu- 
nity while fishing. O. Reg. 61/93, s. 4. 

5. An aboriginal community fishing licence shall be for the term 
specified in it. O. Reg. 61/93, s. 5. 

6. An aboriginal community fishing licence may take the form of an 
agreement with the aboriginal community that is consistent with this 
Regulation and the Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989. O. Reg. 61/93, 
s. 6. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 62/93 

made under the 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: October 22nd, 1992 
Filed: February 8th, 1993 

COMMUNITY LICENCES 

1. A licence may be issued by the Minister to a community for the 
benefit of its members authorizing the hunting of game animals, game 
birds, bullfrogs and snapping turtles for food, social or ceremonial 
purposes if the community has a tradition of using such animals and 
birds for these purposes. O. Reg. 62/93, s. 1. 

2. The licence may take the form of an agreement with the com- 
munity consistent with the conditions of the licence prescribed in this 
Regulation. O. Reg. 62/93, s. 2. 

3. The licence does not authorize hunting for commercial purposes 



other than for barter in kind for food, social and ceremonial purposes. 
O. Reg. 62/93, s. 3. 

4. Each member of the community who is sixteen years of age or 
over shall be deemed to be the holder of a licence to hunt animals and 
birds subject to this Regulation and the conditions set out in the 
community licence. O. Reg. 62/93, s. 4. 

5. — ( 1 ) It is a condition of every licence deemed to be held under this 
Regulation that the licence holder, 

(a) shall carry proof of his or her membership in the community 
while carrying on hunting activities; 

(b) shall not hunt in a manner that puts conservation at risk; 

(c) shall carry out hunting activities in a safe manner consistent 
with the Act and the licence issued under this Regulation; 

(d) shall hunt only in the area specified in the licence; 

(e) shall report on the hunting activities in the time and manner 
specified in the licence; and 

(f) subject to clause (b), shall not take animals and birds beyond an 
amount necessary for food, social or ceremonial purposes. 

(2) A person who complies with clause ( I ) (a) is not required to carry 
any other licence on his or her person. 

(3) For the purposes of clause ( 1 ) (b), conservation is put at risk if the 
hunting activities result in, 

(a) the destruction or harmful alteration of wildlife habitat; 

(b) the taking or possession of rare, threatened or endangered 
species; 

(c) the wilful waste or spoilage of animals or birds; 

(d) the taking of animals or birds beyond the sustainable harvest 
level for the population as determined by the Ministry; 

(e) the taking of animals or birds at a time other than the open 
season as set out in subsection (4); 

(0 the taking of animals or birds of the sex, age or kind which 
exceeds the sustainable harvest level of the population as 
determined under clause (d). 

(4) The open season for animals and birds under this Regulation shall 
be at all times of the year except that for deer the open season shall be 
from the 1 5th day of October to the 3 1 st day of December and for moose 
the open season shall be from the 1st day of October to the 31st day of 
December. O. Reg. 62/93, s. 5. 

6. The licence shall be for the term specified in it. O. Reg. 62/93, 
s. 6. 

7. A regulation made under the Game and Fish Act that is inconsis- 
tent with this Regulation does not, to the extent of the inconsistency, 
apply to a person hunting in accordance with this Regulation. O. Reg. 
62/93, s. 7 

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O. Reg. 63/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 63/93 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 2nd, 1993 
Filed: February 9th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

I.— (1) Paragraph 38 of Part 5 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 619 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Paragraph 16 of Part 6 of Schedule 1 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

2.^1) Paragraph 14 of Part 3 of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



4.— (1) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 33 to the 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 



Bruce — 

Twps. of 
Eastnor and 
St. Edmunds 



14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in 
the County of Bruce lying between a point situate 5 1 8 
metres measured northerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Bruce Coun- 
ty Road 9 in the Township of Eastnor and a point 
situate 295 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Cape Hurd Road in the Township of St. 
Edmunds. 



(2) Part 5 of Schedule 5, as amended by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 221/91, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



Bruce — 

Twp. of St. 
Edmunds 



13. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in 
the Township of St. Edmunds in the County of Bruce 
lying between a point situate 295 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Cape Hurd Road and a point 
situate 610 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the southerly limit of the roadway 
known as Nicholas Street. 



3. — (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 32 to the Regulation, as 
remade by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 2/91, is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Nottawasaga 
and Vespra 



2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 
605 metres measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as Mowat 
Street in the Township o Nottawasaga and a point 
situate at its intersection with the westerly limit of the 
King's Highway known as No. 27 in the Township of 
Vespra. 



(2) Part 3 of Schedule 32, as amended by section 4 of Ontario 
Regulation 2/91 and section 4 of Ontario Regulation 633/92, is 
further amended by adding the following paragraph: 



Simcoe — 

Twp. of 
Vespra 



7. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 26 
and 27 in the Township of Vespra in the County of 
Simcoe lying between a point situate 995 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection with^he 
centre line of the roadway known as Carson Road and 
a point situate at its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the King's Highway known as No. 26. 



(3) Paragraph 5 of Part 4 of Schedule 32, as remade by section 4 
of Ontario Regulation 2/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Simcoe— 

Twp. of 
Vespra 



That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 26 
and 27 in the Township of Vespra in the County of 
Simcoe beginning at a point situate 1445 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as Carson Road and 
extending northerly for a distance of 450 metres. 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Innisfil 

Twp. of Essa 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 160 
metres measured northerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway known as No. 
88 and a point situate 280 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the south 
junction of the roadway known as Bradford West 
Gwillimbury Line 10. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 
475 metres measured northerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as Thorn- 
ton Avenue in the Town of Innisfil and the Township 
of Essa and a point situate 865 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Innisfil Line 1 1 in the Town of 
Innisfil. 



(2) Paragraph 3 of Part 3 of Schedule 33, as remade by section 5 
of Ontario Regulation 2/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Vespra 
and Flos 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate at 
its intersection with the northerly limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 26 in the Township of Vespra 
and a point situate 330 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Flos Concession 4 in the Township of 
Flos. 



(3) Paragraphs 4, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Part 3 of Schedule 33 are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Simcoe— 

Twp, of 
Flos 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Township of Flos in the County of Simcoe lying 
between a point situate 330 metres measured norther- 
ly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Flos Concession 4 and a point 
situate 75 metres measured southerly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the roadway known as 
Flos Concession 8. 



Simcoe — 

Towns of New 
Tecumseth and 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



Simcoe — 

Towns of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 
and Innisfil 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Innisfil 

Twp. of Essa 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 
360 metres measured northerly from its intersection 
with the northerly limit of the King's Highway known 
as No. 9 in the Town of New Tecumseth and a point 
situate 575 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 88 in the Town of Bradford West 
Gwillimbury. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 
260 metres measured northerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the south junction of the 
roadway known as Bradford West Gwillimbury Line 
10 in the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury and a 
point situate 610 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the King's High- 
way known as No. 89 in the Town of Innisrd. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Town of Innisfil and the Township of Essa in the 
County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 890 
metres measured northerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway known as 
No. 89 and a point situate 250 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Innisfil Line 7. 



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Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Flos and 
Tiny 



10. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 
120 metres measured northerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as William 
Street in the Village of Elmvale in the Township of 
Flos and a point situate 400 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the westerly limit of the 
King's Highway known as No. 93 in the townships of 
Flos and Tiny. 

(4) Part 3 of Schedule 33, as amended by section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 2/91, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

12. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 26 
and 27 in the Township of Vespra in the County of 
Simcoe lying between a point situate 995 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as Carson Road and 
a point situate at its intersection with the northerly 
limit of the King's Highway known as No. 26. 



Simcoe— 

Twp. of 
Vespra 



(5) Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of Part 4 of Schedule 33 are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Simcoe— 

Twp. of 
Flos 



Simcoe — 

Twp. of 
Flos 



Simcoe— 

Twp. of 
Vespra 



1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Township of Flos in the County of Simcoe begin- 
ning at a point situate 330 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Hos Concession 4 and extending 
northerly for a distance of 660 metres. 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Township of Flos in the County of Simcoe lying 
between a point situate 75 metres measured southerly 
from its Intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Flos Concession 8 and a point situate 
70 metres measured southerly from Its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as Nash 
Avenue In the Village of Elmvale. 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 26 
and 27 in the Township of Vespra in the County of 
Simcoe beginning at a point situate 1445 metres 
measured southerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as Carson Road and 
extending northerly for a distance of 450 metres. 



(6) Paragraph 4 of Part 4 of Schedule 33, as remade by section 5 
of Ontario Regulation 2/91, is revoked. 

(7) Paragraphs 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7 of Part 5 of Schedule 33 are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the townships of Flos and Tiny in the County of 
Simcoe beginning at a point situate at Its Intersection 
with the westerly limit of the King's Highway known 
as No. 93 and extending westerly for a distance of 
400 metres. 



Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Flos and 
Tiny 



(8) Part 6 of Schedule 33, as amended by section 5 of the Ontario 
Regulations 633/92, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraphs: 



Simcoe- 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Innisfil 

Twp of Essa 



3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 In 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate 575 
metres measured southerly from its Intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway known as No. 
88 and extending northerly for a distance of 735 
metres. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Town of Innisfil and the Township of Essa In the 
County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 250 
metres measured northerly from Its Intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Innisfil Line 
7 and a point situate 50 metres measured northerly 
from Its Intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Thornton Avenue. 



5. Part 5 ofSchedule 44 to the Regulation, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 637/91, is further amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 



Frontenac — 

Twp. of 
Portland 



6. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 38 In 
the Township of Portland in the County of Frontenac 
lying between a point situate 274 metres measured 
northerly from its Intersection with the northerly limit 
of the roadway known as Church Street and a point 
situate 45 metres measured northerly from Its inter- 
section with the roadway known as Graham Road. 



6. Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 52 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Regional 
Municipalities 
of York and 
Durham — 

Town of 

Whilchurch- 

Stouffville 

Town of 
Uxbridge 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 47 
lying between a point situate at its intersection with 
the easterly limit of the King's Highway known as 
No. 48 IntheTownof Whitchurch-Stouffvllle In The 
Regional Municipality of York and a point situate 
1 1 10 metres measured westerly from Its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the roadway known as the 
3rd Concession Road In the Township of Uxbridge in 
The Regional Municipality of Durham. 



7. — ( 1 ) Paragraph 5 of Part 3 of Schedule 78 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Elgin — 

Twp. of 
Malahide 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 73 In 
the Township of Malahide In the County of Elgin 
lying between a point situate 122 metres measured 
northerly from Its Intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Bank Street in the locality of 
Port Bruce and a point situate 300 metres measured 
southerly from its Intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as County Road No. 42. 



Slmcoe- 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Innisfil 

Twp. of Essa 



5. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate 280 
metres measured southerly from Its intersection with 
the centre line of the south junction of the roadway 
known as Bradford West Gwillimbury Line 10 and 
extending northerly for a distance of 540 metres. 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 In 
the Town of Innisfil and the Township of Essa In the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate 50 
metres measured northerly from Its Intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Thornton 
Avenue and extending northerly for a distance of 425 
metres. 



(2) Part 3 of Schedule 78 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



Elgin — 

Twp. of 
Malahide 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 73 In 
the Township of Malahide in the County of Elgin 
lying between a point situate 315 metres measured 
northerly from its Intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as County Road No. 42 and a 
point situate 45 metres measured northerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the road allowance 
between Gore Concession South of Talbot Road and 
Concession 5. 



(3) Part 5 of Schedule 78 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



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Elgin — 

Twp. of 
Malahide 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 73 in 
the Township of Malahide in the County of Elgin 
lying between a point situate 300 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as County Road No. 42 and a 
point situate 3 15 metres measured northerly from the 
said intersection. 



8.— (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 3 of Schedule 90 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 88 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 200 
metres measured easterly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Mulock 
Drive and a point situate 207 metres measured west- 
erly from its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Melbourne Crescent. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 90 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 88 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe lying between a point situate 160 
metres measured easterly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway known as No. 
27 and a point situate 200 metres measured easterly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Mulock Drive. 



(3) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 90 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 88 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate 7 
metres measured westerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as Melbourne 
Crescent and extending westerly for a distance of 200 
metres. 



(4) Part 6 of Schedule 90 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



Simcoe — 

Town of 
Bradford West 
Gwillimbury 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 88 in 
the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury in the 
County of Simcoe beginning at a point situate at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
27 and extending easterly for a distance of 160 
metres. 



9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 
Schedule 255 
HIGHWAY No. 7237 

Parti 

(Reserved) 

Part 2 

(Reserved) 

Parts 

(Reserved) 

Part 4 

(Reserved) 



Regional 
Municipality 
of York- 
Town of 
Whitchurch- 
Stouffville 



Parts 

That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7237 
in the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville in The Re- 
gional Municipality of York lying between a point 
situate at its intersection with the easterly limit of the 
King's Highway known as No. 48 and a point situate 
3000 metres measured westerly from the easterly limit 
of its intersection with the east junction of the road- 
way known as York Regional Road No. 14. 

Part 6 

(Reserved) 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of February, 1993. 

9/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 64/93 

made under the 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Made: February 9th, 1993 
Filed: February 10th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 803 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designations) 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 803 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 60/92, is 
further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 63 in the Town- 
ship of Poitras in the Territorial District of Nipissing lying 
between a point situate 75 metres measured southerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as Wyse 
Road and a point situate at its intersection with the boundary 
line between the Province of Ontario and the Province of 
Quebec. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of February, 1993. 

9/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 65/93 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Made: November 19th, 1992 

Approved: January 27th, 1993 

Filed: Febmary 11th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 227 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Green and Wax Beans) 

1. Subsection 12(1) of the Schedule to Regulation 227 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 550/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(I ) The total premium payable in respect of acreage under contract is, 

(a) in the case of cut green and wax beans, $72; 

(b) in the case of whole green and wax beans. $72 multiplied by the 
figure obtained by dividing the negotiated price of whole green 
and wax beans by the negotiated price of cut green and wax 
beans. 



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(1.1) In clause (1) (b), the negotiated price is the price negotiated by 
the Ontario Vegetable Growers' Marketing Board and the processors. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

William Jongejan 
Chair 

Matt Tulloch 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of November, 1992. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—03—06 



ONTARIO REGULATION 66/93 

made under the 
ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL INCOME ACT 

Made: January 27th, 1993 
Filed: February 17th, 1993 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 

L Commencing with January, 1993, the guaranteed income limit is, 

(a) in the case described in clause (a) of the definition of "guaran- 
teed income limit" in section 1 of the Act, $10,947,48; 

(b) in the case described in clause (b) of the definition of ' 'guaran- 
teed income limit" in section 1 of the Act, $9.063.48; 

(c) in the case described in clause (c) of the definition of ' 'guaran- 
teed income limit" in section 1 of the Act, $9,063.48; 

(d) in the case described in clause (d) of the definition of ' 'guaran- 
teed income Hmit" in section 1 of the Act. $18,126.96. 
O. Reg. 66/93, s. 1 . 

2. Ontario Regulation 635/92 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1993. 

10/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 67/93 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: February 17th. 1993 
Filed: February 18th, 1993 

HEALTH CARE AND RESIDENTIAL FACILITIES 

CONTENTS 



Interpretation and Application 

Notice of Accidents 

General Duty -to Establish Measures and Procedures 

Personal Protective Equipment 

Premises 

Ventilation 

Heating 

Lighting 

Hygiene Facilities 

Woric Surfaces 

Restricted Spaces 

Confined Spaces 

Equipment 

Electrical Eîquipment 

Compressed Gas Cylinders 

Material Handling Equipment 

Ladders 

Scaffolds 



Sections 

1-4 

5-7 

8,9 

10-15 

16-18 

19,20 

21 

22-27 

28-32 

33-41 

42 

43 

44-61 

62-73 

74 

75-79 

80-84 

85-90 



Suspended Scaffolds 91-94 



Explosive Hazards 95 

Anaesthetic Gases 96 

Antineoplastic Drugs 97 

Flammable Liquids 98-102 

Material Handling 103-1 10 

Housekeeping and Waste 111-116 

Commencement 117 

Interpretation and Application 

1. In this Regulation, 

"patient or resident" means a person, including an out-patient, who is 
received, lodged in, admitted or registered at a facility for the purposes 
of being observed, examined, diagnosed or rehabilitated or for the 
purposes of receiving care or treatment; 

"work surface" means a fioor. platform or other surface used by a 
worker to stand or walk on in performing work and includes a surface 
on the premises of a facility used by a worker in performing work or 
in travelling to or from a work area. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 . 

2. — ( 1 ) This Regulation applies to the following types of facilities: 

1 . A hospital as defined in the Public Hospitals Act or in the 
Community Psychiatric Hospitals Act. 

2. A laboratory or specimen collection centre as defined in the 
Laboratory and Specimen Collection Centre Licensing Acl. 

3. A private hospital as defined in the Private Hospitals Act. 

4. A psychiatric facility as defined in the Mental Health Acl. 

5. A nursing home as defined in the Nursing Homes Acl. 

6. A home as defined in the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes 
Act. 

7. An approved charitable institution as defined in the Charitable 
Institutions Act that is approved, under that Act, as one of the 
following classes: 

i. halfway houses where rehabilitative residential group 
care may be provided for adult persons, 

ii. homes for the aged in which elderly persons may be 
cared for, 

iii. homes where residential group care may be provided for 
handicapped or convalescent adult persons. 

8. A facility designated by the regulations under the Developmen- 
tal Services Act as a facility to which that Act applies. 

9. A facility where any of the following are provided: child 
development services or child treatment services, as defined in 
the Child and Family Services Act, or child and family inter- 
vention services, as defined in Regulation 70 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

10. A home for retarded persons as defined in the Homes for 
Retarded Persons Act other than an auxiliary home as defined 
in Regulation 635 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
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1 2. A stationary power plant, as defined in the Operating Engineers 
Act, that is operated primarily for one or more than one of the 
facilities listed above. 

(2) At a laundry facility to which this Regulation applies, if the 
regulations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act relating to 
industrial establishments conflict with this Regulation, this Regulation 
prevails unless the provision in that other regulation states that it is to 
prevail over this Regulation. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 2. 

3. In applying this Regulation, a measure or a procedure or the 
composition, design, size or arrangement of any physical object, device 
or thing may vary from that prescribed if, 

(a) the variation affords protection for the health or safety of a 
worker equal to or greater than that prescribed by this Regula- 
tion; and 

(b) notice of the variation is given to the joint health and safety 
committee, if any, and to the trade union, if any. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 3. 

4. The employer shall keep on file all records or reports that are 
required to be kept under this Regulation for a period of at least one year 
or such longer period as is necessary to ensure that the two most recent 
reports or records are on file. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 4. 

Notice of Accidents 

5. — (1) If a worker is killed or critically injured at a facility, the 
written report required by subsection 51 (1) of the Act shall include, 

(a) the name and address of the employer; 

(b) the nature and circumstances of the occurrence and of the 
bodily injury sustained; 

(c) a description of the machinery or thing involved, if any; 

(d) the time and place of the occurrence; 

(e) the name and address of the person who was critically injured 
or killed; 

(0 the names and addresses of all witnesses to the occurrence; 

(g) the name and address of the physician or surgeon, if any, who 
is attending to or attended to the injured or deceased person; 
and 

(h) the steps taken to prevent a recurrence. 

(2) If an accident, explosion or fire causes injury to a worker at a 
facility that disables the worker from performing his or her usual work, 
the written notice required by subsection 52 ( 1 ) of the Act shall include, 

(a) the name and address of the employer; 

(b) the nature and circumstances of the occurrence and of the 
bodily injury sustained by the worker; ^ 

(c) a description of the machinery or thing involved, if any; 

(d) the time and place of the occurrence; 

(e) the name and address of the worker who was injured; 

(0 the names and addresses of all witnesses to the occurrence; 

(g) the name and address of the physician or surgeon, if any, who 
is attending to or attended to the worker for the injury; and 

(h) the steps taken to prevent a recurrence. 



(3) If an accident, explosion or fire at a facility causes injury requiring 
medical attention but does not disable a worker from performing his or 
her usual work, the employer shall keep a record of that occurrence and 
the record shall include, 

(a) the nature and circumstances of the occurrence and of the injury 

sustained; 

(b) the time and place of the occurrence; 

(c) the name and address of the injured worker; and 

(d) the steps taken to prevent a recurrence. 

(4) The record kept by the employer under subsection (3) for 
inspection by an inspector shall be notice to a Director. 

(5) The written notice required under subsection 52 (2) of the Act if 
an employer is advised that a worker has an occupational illness or that 
a claim in respect of an occupational illness has been filed with the 
Workers' Compensation Board shall include, 

(a) the name and address of the employer; 

(b) the nature of the occupational illness and the circumstances 
which gave rise to such illness; 

(c) a description of the cause or the suspected cause of the occupa- 
tional illness; 

(d) the period when the worker was affected; 

(e) the name and address of the worker who is suffering from the 
occupational illness; 

(0 the name and address of the physician, if any , who is attending 
to or attended to the worker for the illness; and 

(g) the steps taken to prevent further illness. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 5. 

6. If an occurrence involves the col lapse or failure of a temporary or 
permanent structure that was designed by a professional engineer or 
architect, the employer shall, within fourteen days after the occurrence, 
supplement the notice or report required by section 51 or 52 of the Act 
with the written opinion of a professional engineer as to the cause of the 
collapse or failure. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 6. 

7. A notice under subsection 57 (9) of the Act shall be in Form 1. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 7. 

General Duty to Establish 

MEASimES AND PROCEDURES 

8. Every employer in consultation with the joint health and safety 
committee or health and safety representative, if any, and upon consider- 
ation of the recommendation thereof, shall develop, establish and put 
into effect measures and procedures for the health and safety of 
workers. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 8. 

9. — ( 1 ) The employer shall reduce the measures and procedures for 
the health and safety of workers established under section 8 to writing 
and such measures and procedures may deal with, but are not limited to, 
the following: 

1 . Safe work practices. 

2. Safe working conditions. 

3. Proper hygiene practices and the use of hygiene facilities. 

4. The control of infections. 

5. Immunization and inoculation against infectious diseases. 

6. The use of appropriate antiseptics, disinfectants and decon- 
taminants. 



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7. The hazards of biological, chemical and physical agents present 
in the workplace, including the hazards of dispensing or 
administering such agents. 

8. Measures to protect workers from exposure to a biological, 
chemical or physical agent that is or may be a hazard to the 
reproductive capacity of a worker, the pregnancy of a worker 
or the nursing of a child of a worker. 

9. The proper use, maintenance and operation of equipment. 

10. The reporting of unsafe or defective devices, equipment or 
work surfaces. 

1 1 . The purchasing of equipment that is properly designed and 
constructed. 

1 2. The use, wearing and care of personal protective equipment and 
its limitations. 

13. The handling, cleaning and disposal of soiled linen, sharp 
objects and waste. 

(2) At least once a year the measures and procedures for the health 
and safety of workers shall be reviewed and revised in the light of 
current knowledge and practice. 

(3) The review and revision of the measures and procedures shall be 
done more frequently than annually if, 

(a) the employer, on the advice of the joint health and safety 
committee or health and safety representative, if any, deter- 
mines that such review and revision is necessary; or 

(b) there is a change in circumstances that may affect the health 
and safety of a worker. 

(4) The employer, in consultation with and in consideration of the 
recommendation of the joint health and safety committee or health and 
safety representative, if any, shall develop, establish and provide training 
and educational programs in health and safety measures and procedures 
for workers that are relevant to the workers' work. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 9. 

Personal Protective Equipment 

10. — (1) A worker who is required by his or her employer or by this 
Regulation to wear or use any protective clothing, equipment or device 
shall be instructed and trained in its care, use and limitations before 
wearing or using it for the first time and at regular intervals thereafter 
and the worker shall participate in such instruction and training. 

(2) Personal protective equipment that is to be provided, worn or used 
shall, 

(a) be properly used and maintained; 

(b) be a proper fit; 

(c) be inspected for damage or deterioration; and 

(d) be stored in a convenient, clean and sanitary location when not 
in use. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 10. 

11. If a worker is exposed, 

(a) to the hazard of head injury, the worker shall wear head 
protection appropriate in the circumstances; 

(b) to the hazard of eye injury, the worker shall wear eye protection 
appropriate in the circumstances; 

(c) to the hazard of foot injury, the worker shall wear foot protec- 
tion appropriate in the circumstances; and 

(d) to the hazard of slipping on a work surface, the worker shall 
wear footwear with slip-resistant soles. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 1 . 



12. If a worker has or wears long hair, loose clothing or jewellery 
that may present a hazard, it shall be suitably confined. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 12. 

13. — ( 1 ) Except where work is performed from a ladder, if a worker 
is exposed to the hazard of falling to a surface more than three metres 
below the position where the worker is situated, the worker shall be 
provided with and shall wear a fall arrest system. 

(2) The fall arrest system shall consist of a serviceable safety belt or 
harness and lifeline that is adequately secured to a fixed support and so 
arranged that the worker cannot fall freely for a vertical distance of more 
than 1.5 metres. 

(3) The fall arrest system shall, 

(a) have sufficient capacity to absorb twice the energy and twice 
the load that under the circumstances of its use may be trans- 
mitted to it; and 

(b) be equipped with a shock absorber or other device to limit the 
maximum arresting force to 8.0 kilonewtons to the worker. 
O.Reg. 67/93, s. 13. 

14. — (1) If a worker is exposed to the hazard of drowning and the 
liquid into which the worker could fall is of sufficient depth that a 
flotation device would be effective, 

(a) the worker shall be provided with and wear a flotation device 
appropriate in the circumstances; 

(b) an alarm system to warn workers that a rescue operation is to be 
carried out shall be provided; 

(c) appropriate rescue equipment including flotation devices, poles 
and ropes shall be available in proximity to the hazard for 
immediate use; and 

(d) a worker trained in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation shall be 
immediately available. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to a swimming pool or a pool used 
for therapeutic purposes. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 14. 

15. — (1) A worker who supports, positions or restrains a patient or 
resident during X-ray irradiation of the patient or resident shall be 
provided with and wear a protective apron and protecUve gloves and, 
where appropriate, a protective collar. 

(2) The equipment provided under subsection (1) shall have a lead 
equivalence of at least 0.5 millimetres. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 5. 

Premises 

16. A warning sign shall be posted on any door, corridor or stairway, 

(a) that is not a means of egress but that is located or arranged so 
that it could be mistaken for one; or 

(b) that leads to a hazardous, restricted or unsafe area. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 16. 

17. Except where the door is in a fire separation, a self-closing door 
in a corridor used as a passageway for vehicles or wheeled equipment 
shall be equipped with a hold-open device and a see-through panel. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 17. 

18. — (1) This section applies with respect to a hazardous room, 

(a) with an area greater than fifteen square metres; or 

(b) requiring a distance of travel greater than 4.5 metres from any 
point in the room to an egress doorway. 

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at least three-quarters of the length of the diagonal distance of the room 
from each other. 

(3) One egress doorway in a hazardous room shall be located within 
a maximum distance of twenty-five metres from any point in the room. 

(4) A hazardous room shall be located in a floor area that has at least 
two exits. 

(5) In this section, "hazardous room" means a room containing a 
substance which, because of its nature or the form in which the substance 
exists, is handled or stored, may explode or become easily ignited 
causing a fire or creating an atmosphere or condition of imminent hazard 
to a worker. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 8. 

Ventilation 

19. — ( 1 ) General indoor venulation adequate to protect the health and 
safety of a worker shall be provided by natural or mechanical means. 

(2) A mechanical ventilation system shall be inspected every six 
months to ensure it is in good condition. 

(3) The inspection referred to in subsection (2) shall be carried out by 
a person who is qualified by training and experience to make such an 
inspection. 

(4) The person carrying out the inspection shall file a report on the 
inspection with the employer and with the joint health and safety 
committee or health and safety representative, if any. 

(5) A mechanical ventilation system, 

(a) shall be serviced and have maintenance work performed on it 
as frequently as recommended by the manufacturer; and 

(b) shall be serviced, have maintenance work performed on it or be 
repaired when a report referred to in subsection (4) indicates it 
is necessary to ensure the system is maintained in good condi- 
tion. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 19. 

20. — ( 1 ) The ventilation system shall be such that replacement air is 
provided to replace air that is exhausted. 

(2) The replacement air shall, 

(a) be heated, when necessary, to maintain at least the minimum 
temperature in the workplace specified in subsection 21 (1); 

(b) be free from contamination from any hazardous dust, vapour, 
smoke, fume, mist or gas; and 

(c) enter in such a manner so as not to cause undue drafts and 
prevent, 

(i) blowing of settled dust into the workplace, and 

(ii) interference with any exhaust system. 

(3) Air discharged from any exhaust system shall be discharged in 
such a manner so as to prevent the return of contaminants to any \^rk 
area. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 20. 

Heating 

2L — (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), an enclosed workplace 
shall be maintained at a temperature, 

(a) that is suitable for the type of work performed; 

(b) that is no less than 18 degrees Celsius; and 

(c) that is not likely to cause physical stress because of heat. 
(2) Clause (1) (b) does not apply to a workplace. 



(a) that is normally unheated; 

(b) where materials requiring lower temperatures are used or 
stored, or a process or activity is carried out or performed 
requiring lower temperatures; 

(c) where radiant heating is such that a worker working in the area 
has the degree of comfort that would result were the area heated 
to 18 degrees Celsius; 

(d) where the work or activity is such that a temperature of 18 
degrees Celsius could cause discomfort; or 

(e) during the first hour of the main operating shift where heat from 
processing or equipment provides a substantial portion of the 
heating. 

(3) If it is not practical in the circumstances to maintain the tempera- 
ture of an enclosed workplace as required by clause ( 1 ) (c), the employer 
shall, in consultation with the joint health and safety committee or health 
and safety representative, if any, develop, maintain and put into effect 
measures and procedures to ensure that a worker is not exposed to heat 
stress conditions that are likely to endanger or injure the worker. 
O.Reg. 67/93, s. 21. 

Lighting 

22. — (1) A workplace shall be provided with illumination in accor- 
dance with the minimum lighting requirements as set out in Part 3 of the 
Ontario Building Code. 

(2) The brightness levels and ratios, glare, contrast and shadows shall 
be maintained at a level that is not likely to be a hazard to a worker. 

(3) Glare and reflection that are likely to be a hazard to a worker shall 
be limited as far as is practicable. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 22. 

23. If a glare from a direct lighting source is likely to be a hazard to 
a worker, the source shall be shielded by louvres, lenses, lens covers or 
diffusers which control the glare. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 23. 

24. If a worker is required to use a video display terminal for a 
continuous period of one hour or more, the worker shall have at least five 
minutes of time free from such work in every hour. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 24. 

25. If fluorescent tubes are disposed of by crushing or compacting, 
it shall be done in an area adequately ventilated to protect the health and 
safety of the worker and the worker shall be provided with and use 
appropriate protective equipment. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 25. 

26. Burned-out light bulbs and fluorescent tubes shall be promptly 
replaced with appropriate replacements to ensure the workplace is pro- 
vided with adequate illumination to perform the work safely. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 26. 

27. Lighting equipment shall be serviced and maintained at regular 
intervals to ensure the workplace is provided with illumination in 
accordance with section 22. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 27. 

Hygiene Facilities 

28. Toilets and washbasins for the use of workers shall, 

(a) be provided in accordance with the requirements for sanitary 
facilities as set out in Part 3 of the Ontario Building Code; 

(b) have hot and cold running water for the washbasins; and 

(c) have reasonable personal hygiene supplies and equipment, 
including soap and disposable towels. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 28. 

29. — (1) Potable drinking water shall be provided from a fountain 
with an upward jet or from a tap from a piped water supply or a covered 
vessel together with a supply of single-use cups in a sanitary container 
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(2) Potable drinking water shall be available, 
(a) on every floor where work is regularly performed; and 



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centimetres above the surrounding floor, ground, 
platform or other surface; and 



(b) within 100 metres of any area where work is regularly per- 
formed. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 29. 

30. — ( 1 ) If ten or more workers are employed at a facility, a room or 
other space affording reasonable privacy shall be provided. 

(2) The room shall be equipped with one or more cots and chairs, 
unless the facility has a first-aid station or infirmary room that is so 
equipped. O. Reg. 67/93, s.30. 

31. Refrigerators used to store cultures, specimens or biological 
ampules shall not be used to store food or drink. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 3 1 . 

32. No food, drink, tobacco or cosmetics shall be consumed, applied 
or kept in areas where infectious materials, hazardous chemicals or 
hazardous drugs are used, handled or stored. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 32. 

Work Surfaces 

33. — ( 1 ) A work surface shall be kept free of, 

(a) obstructions and hazards; 

(b) cracks, holes and bumps that may endanger a worker; and 

(c) accumulations of refuse, snow and ice. 

(2) A work surface shall not have any finish or protective material 
used on it that is likely to make the surface slippery. 

(3) A worker who knows that the condition of a work surface fails to 
comply with subsection ( 1 ) or (2) shall report the failure to a supervisor. 

(4) If a report of a failure to comply is made to a supervisor, he or she 
shall ensure that steps necessary to remedy the situation are taken 
forthwith, and until remedied, the hazard shall be identified by a 
conspicuous warning sign. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 33. 

34. — (1) If there is a spill of a liquid or material on a work surface 
that is likely to cause a worker to slip or fall, it shall be cleaned up 
forthwith and, until cleaned up, it shall be identified by a conspicuous 
warning sign. 

(2) If a work surface is slippery when it is being cleaned or polished, 
a conspicuous sign warning that the surface is slippery shall be posted 
during cleaning or polishing. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 34. 

35. If wet processes are used, or wet conditions are present, on a 
work surface and they cause it to be slippery, Steps necessary to remedy 
the situation shall be taken including, 

(a) the use of non-slip work surfaces; 

(b) the provision of dry-standing places or non-slip mats; 

(c) the provision of drainage adequate in the circumstances; or 

(d) the use of water resistant, non-slip footwear by workers who 
may use the work surface. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 35. 

36. — ( 1 ) Subject to subsection (2), there shall be a guardrail, 

(a) around the perimeter of an uncovered opening in a floor, roof 
or other surface to which a worker has access; 

(b) at an open side of, 

(i) a raised floor, mezzanine, balcony, gallery, landing, 
platform, walkway, stile, ramp or other surface, and 

(ii) a vat, bin or tank, the top of which is less than 107 



(c) around a machine, electrical installation, place or thing that is 
likely to endanger the safety of any worker. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to, 

(a) a loading dock; 

(b) a pit used for maintenance of vehicles or similar equipment; 

(c) a roof to which access is required for maintenance purposes 
only; 

(d) a swimming pool or a pool used for therapeutic purposes; or 

(e) a stage in an auditorium or lecture theatre. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 36. 

37. A guardrail shall be designed and constructed to meet the 
requirements for guardrails as set out in Parts 3 and 4 of the Ontario 
Building Code or it shall, 

(a) have a horizontal top rail located not less than ninety-one and 
not more than 1 07 centimetres above the surface to be guarded; 

(b) have an intermediate rail located midway between the top rail 
and the surface to be guarded; 

(c) if tools or other objects may fall on a worker, have a toe-board 
that extends from the surface to be guarded to a height of not 
less than 125 millimetres; 

(d) be constructed to meet the structural requirements for guardrails 
as set out in Part 4 of the Ontario Building Code; and 

(e) be free of splinters and other hazardous protrusions. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 37. 

38. An opening in a work surface shall be covered or shall have a 
guardrail around its perimeter. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 38. 

39. A cover on an opening in a work surface shall be secured in 
place and shall be constructed to meet the structural requirements for 
loads due to the use of floors and roofs as set out in Part 4 of the Ontario 
Building Code. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 39. 

40. If frequent access is required to equipment that is elevated above 
or is located below a work surface, permanent platforms shall be 
provided with access by a fixed stair or a fixed access ladder. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 40. 

41. — ( 1 ) A fixed access ladder shall, 

(a) be vertical; 

(b) have rest platforms at not more than nine metre intervals; 

(c) be offset at each rest platform; 

(d) where the ladder extends more than five metres above grade, 
floor or landing, have a safety cage beginning not more than 2.2 
metres above grade or floor and continuing at least ninety 
centimetres above the top landing with openings to permit 
access by a worker to rest platforms or to the top landing; 

(e) have side rails that extend ninety centimetres above the landing; 
and 

(0 have rungs which are at least fifteen centimetres from the wall 
and spaced at regular intervals. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to an access ladder on a tower, 
water tank, chimney or similar structure that has a safety device which 



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will provide protection should a worker using the ladder fall. 
67/93,8.41. 

Restricted Spaces 



42. — ( 1 ) In this section, ' 'restricted space" means a tank, vat, vessel, 
duct, vault, boiler or other space from which the egress of a worker is 
restricted, limited or impeded because of the construction, design, 
location or other physical characteristics of the space. 

(2) A worker shall enter a restricted space only if, 

(a) he or she is informed of and familiar with the characteristics of 
the restricted space which restrict, limit or impede egress and is 
instructed in the procedures for entering, working in and exiting 
from the restricted space; 

(b) there are procedures and measures in place for the removal of 
the worker from the restricted space in the event of an emer- 
gency; 

(c) at least one other worker is stationed outside the restricted space 
and in proximity to it and is readily available and capable of 
implementing emergency procedures and measures for the 
removal of the worker from the restricted space; and 

(d) mechanical equipment in the restricted space is disconnected 
from its power source and is locked out. 

(3) The requirements of subsection (2) apply with all necessary 
modifications while a worker is in a restricted space. O. Reg. 67/93, 

s. 42. 

Confined Spaces 

43. — (1) In this section, "confined space" means a space in which, 
because of its construction, location, contents or work activity therein, 
the accumulation of a hazardous gas, vapour, dust or fume or the 
creation of an oxygen-deficient atmosphere may occur. 



(2) A worker shall enter a confined space only if, 

(a) he or she is informed of and understands the characteristics of 
the confined space which limit, restrict or impede egress and is 
instructed in the procedures for entering, working in and exiting 
from the confined space; 

(b) there is an easy egress from all accessible parts of the confined 
space; 

(c) there are procedures and measures in place for the removal 
of the worker from the confined space in the event of an 
emergency; 

(d) at least one other worker is stationed outside the confined space 
and in proximity to it and is readily available and capable of 
implementing emergency procedures and measures for the 
removal of the worker from the confined space; 

(e) all pipes and other supply lines whose contents are likely to 
create a hazard are blanked off; 

(0 mechanical equipment in the confined space is disconnected 
from its power source and is locked out; and 

(g) the confined space is tested and evaluated by a competent 
person who, 

(i) records the results of each test in a permanent record, 
and 

(ii) certifies in the record that the confined space is free 
from hazard and that it will remain free from hazard 
while any worker is in it having regard to the nature and 
duration of the work to be performed. 



O. Reg. (3) A worker shall only enter a confined space where there exists or 

is likely to exist a hazardous gas, vapour, dust or fume or there exists or 
is likely to exist an oxygen content of less than 1 8 per cent or more than 
23 percent at atmospheric pressure when the requirements of subsection 
(4) or (5) are met. 

(4) Except as provided in subsection (5), a worker shall only enter a 
confined space described in subsection (3) if, 

(a) the requirements of subsection (2) are complied with; 

(b) the confined space is purged and ventilated to provide a safe 
atmosphere; 

(c) the measures necessary to maintain a safe atmosphere have 
been taken; 

(d) suitable arrangements have been made to remove the worker 
from the confined space should he or she require assistance; 
and 

(e) there is a person who is adequately trained in cardio-pulmonary 
resuscitation readily available. 

(5) If the requirements of clauses (4) (b) and (c) cannot be met, a 
worker shall only enter a confined space described in subsection (3) if, 

(a) all the requirements of subsection (2) except subclause (2) (g) 
(ii) are complied with; 

(b) the worker who is entering the confined space is using, 

(i) a breathing apparatus suitable to the hazard and to the 
maximum anticipated exposure, 

(ii) a safety harness or similar equipment to which a rope is 
securely attached, the free end of which is held by a 
worker equipped with an alarm who is keeping watch 
outside the confined space, and 

(iii) such other equipment as is necessary to ensure his or her 
safety; 

(c) the breathing apparatus and the safety harness, rope and other 
equipment have been inspected by a competent person before 
use and are in good working order; and 

(d) there is a person who is adequately trained in cardio-pulmonary 
resuscitation readily available. 

(6) Subject to subsection (7), where the gas or other vapour in a 
confined space is or is likely to be explosive or flammable, a worker 
shall enter the confined space only if, 

(a) the concentration of the gas or vapour does not or is not likely 
to exceed 50 per cent of the lower explosive limit of the gas or . 
vapour; and 

(b) the only work to be performed is that of cleaning or inspecting 
and is of such a nature that it does not create any source of 
ignition. 

(7) A worker may perform cold work in a confined space that 
contains or is likely to contain an explosive or flammable gas or vapour 
where the concentration does not or is not likely to exceed 1 per cent of 
the lower explosive limit of the gas or vapour. 

(8) The requirements of subsections (2) to (7) apply with necessary 
modifications to any confined space while a worker is in that space. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 43. 

Equipment 

44. Machinery or equipment shall be, 

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(b) constructed of materials of sufficient size and strength to 
withstand imposed stresses; 

(c) provided with locking devices in order to prevent accidental 
operation which may be a hazard to a worker; 

(d) placed on a surface that is capable of supporting it; 

(e) inspected immediately before its use and at regular intervals as 
recommended by the manufacturer; 

(0 serviced and maintained in accordance with the recommenda- 
tions and instructions of the manufacturer; 

(g) operated by a worker trained in its use and function; and 

(h) stored in a manner that prevents its movement. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 44. 

45. If a machine or prime mover or transmission equipment has an 
exposed moving part that may endanger the safety of any worker, it shall 
be equipped with and guarded by a guard or other device that prevents 
access to the moving part. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 45. 

46. An in-running nip hazard or any part of a machine, device or 
thing that may endanger the safety of a worker shall be equipped with 
and guarded by a guard or other device that prevents access to the pinch 
point. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 46. 

47. A machine shall be shielded or guarded so that the safety of a 
worker is not endangered by its product, the material being processed or 
its waste stock. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 47. 

48. An emergency stop control on a power-driven machine shall be 
conspicuously identified and be located within easy reach of the 
operator. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 48. 

49. — ( 1 ) An operating control that acts as a guard for a machine that 
is not otherwise guarded shall, 

(a) be in a location where the safety of the operator is not endan- 
gered by moving machinery; and 

(b) be arranged so that it cannot be operated accidentally. 

(2) An operating control that acts as a guard for a machine that is not 
otherwise guarded shall not be made ineffective by a tie-down device or 
other means. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 49. 

50. — ( 1 ) Subject to subsection (2), a worker shall repair, maintain or 
adjust a machine, transmission machinery, device or thing or a part 
thereof only if, 

(a) the control switches or other control mechanisms are locked 
out; 

(b) the moving parts are stopped; and 

(c) the hydraulic, pneumatic or gravity-stored energy is dissipated 
or contained. 

(2) If it is not practical to de-energize a machine or transmission 
equipment by locking out its controls during repair, maintenance or 
adjustment, a worker may do such work if barriers, shields or other 
effective precautions are used or taken to ensure the safety of the worker 
while he or she is doing the work. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 50. 

51. Clearance between a moving part of any machine or any material 
carried by the moving part of the machine and any other machine, 
structure or thing shall be adequate to ensure that the safety of any 
worker in the area is not endangered. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 5 1 . 

52. — ( 1 ) Subject to subsection (3), if a worker is repairing or altering 
a gas line, steam line, pipeline, drum, tank or other container, the worker 
shall. 



(a) adjust its internal pressures to atmospheric pressure before any 

fastening is removed; 

(b) drain and clean it or otherwise render it free from any explo- 
sive, flammable or harmful substance. 

(2) If a worker is repairing or altering a gas line, steam line, pipeline, 
drum, tank or other container, the worker shall not refill it while there is 
any risk of vaporizing or igniting the substance that is being placed in it. 

(3) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply if acompetent person is hot-tapping 
and boxing-in a pipeline under controlled conditions so as to provide for 
the protection of sill workers. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 52. 

53. If machinery or equipment is being dismantled, serviced or 
repaired and the collapse of any part of it may injure a worker, blocking 
shall be installed to prevent its collapse. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 53. 

54. If a worker may pass or work under machinery, equipment or 
material that is temporarily elevated, it shall be securely and solidly 
blocked to prevent it from falling or moving. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 54. 

55. Before lifting or self-propelled mobile equipment is operated 
after its repair or modification, a person qualified by training and 
experience to do so shall inspect it to ensure that it is in good condition 
and a record shall be kept of the inspection. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 55. 

56. — ( 1 ) Glassware used in a laboratory shall be inspected for chips 
and cracks before use. 

(2) Chipped or cracked glassware shall not be used unless it is 
repaired to a condition that does not present a hazard to a worker and if 
not repaired it shall be placed in a puncture-resistant container for 
disposal as waste. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 56. 

57. A grinding wheel shall be, 

(a) marked with the maximum speed at which it may be operated; 

(b) checked for any defect before it is mounted; 

(c) mounted in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications; 

(d) provided with protective hoods that enclose the wheel as 
closely as the work will permit; 

(e) operated only by a worker using eye protection; 

(0 operated at a speed which does not exceed the manufacturer's 
recommendations; and 

(g) stored where it will not be subjected to heat, cold or impact 
which may damage it. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 57. 

58. A work rest used with a grinding wheel shall, 

(a) be in a position above the centre line of the grinding wheel; 

(b) have a maximum clearance of three millimetres from the 
grinding wheel; and 

(c) be adjusted only when the grinding wheel is stationary. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 58. 

59. — ( 1 ) A centrifuge shall be maintained and operated in accordance 
with the recommendations and instructions of its manufacturer. 

(2) A centrifuge shall be designed or equipped with a device to 
prevent it from being operated at a speed in excess of that for which it 
was designed and intended. 

(3) The load in a centrifuge shall be balanced to minimize vibration 
during its operation. 

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legible sign warning of the hazard shall be posted in the area where the 

centrifuge is being operated. 

(5) If a bench-model centrifuge is being used to centrifuge a flam- 
mable or infectious material, it shall be operated in a biological safety 
cabinet or be otherwise appropriately contained, unless sealed safety 
heads or sealed centrifugal caps are used. 

(6) Cushions shall be used in centrifuging material that is in glass 
containers. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 59. 

60. — ( 1 ) An autoclave or sterilization machine shall, 

(a) if the sterilant used in it is ethylene oxide or another hazardous 
chemical, be vented to the outdoors; 

(b) be operated by a worker qualified by training and experience to 
do so; 

(c) have its operating and emergency instructions posted adjacent 
toit; 

(d) be maintained on a regular basis and be inspected at least once 
every three months; 

(e) be tested when first put into service and annually thereafter by 
a person qualified by training and experience to do so and a 
record of the test shall be kept; and 

(0 have a pressure relief valve set at a pressure not exceeding that 
for which it was designed and intended. 

(2) After its operation or use, an autoclave or sterilization machine 
shall not be opened until its pressure has returned to atmospheric 
pressure. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 60. 

61. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), a worker who is loading or 
unloading an autoclave or sterilization machine shall be provided with 
and wear aprons and elbow-length insulated gloves of an impervious 
material. 

(2) If the autoclave or sterilization machine does not use heat, the 
gloves are not required to be insulated. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 6 1 . 

Electrical Equipment 

62. Electrical equipment, power lines, conductors and insulating 
materials shall, 

(a) be suitable for their use; 

(b) be certified by the Canadian Standards Association or by the 
Ontario Hydro Electrical Inspection Department; and 

(c) be installed, maintained, modified and operated in such a 
manner as not to present a hazard to a worker. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 62. 

63. Except where electrical work is being carried out as permitted by 
section 68, tools, ladders, scaffolding and other equipment or materials 
capable of conducting electricity shall not be stored, used or left close 
enough to any energized electrical installation such that they may rtfake 
electrical contact with an energized conductor. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 63. 

64. No person, other than a person authorized to do so by the 
supervisor in charge of the room or enclosure, shall enter or be permitted 
to enter a room or other enclosure that contains exposed energized 
electrical parts. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 64. 

65. The entrance to a room or other enclosure containing exposed 
energized electrical parts shall be marked by conspicuous signs warning 
of the danger and stating that entry by unauthorized persons is prohibited. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 65. 

66. — (1) The power supply to electrical installations, equipment or 



power lines shall be disconnected, locked out of service and tagged 
before any work is done, and while any work is being done, on or near 
the installations, equipment or power lines. 

(2) Locking out and tagging are not required, 

(a) if the power lines are adequately grounded with a visible 
grounding mechanism; or 

(b) if the voltage is less than 300 volts and there is no locking 
device for the circuit breakers or fuses and procedures are in 
place adequate to ensure that the circuit is not inadvertently 
energized. 

(3) Before beginning the work, each worker shall determine if the 
power supply is disconnected. 

(4) If locking out and tagging are not required, the employer shall 
ensure that the procedures set out in clause (2) (b) are carried out. 

(5) This section does not apply if it is not practicable to disconnect 
electrical installations, equipment or power lines from the power supply 
before working on, or near, the installations, equipment or power 
lines. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 66. 

67. A tag required by subsection 66 ( 1 ) shall, 

(a) be made of non-conducting material; 

(b) be secured to prevent its inadvertent removal; 

(c) be placed in a conspicuous location; 

(d) state the reason the switch is opened; 

(e) show the name of the person responsible for opening the 
switch; and 

(f) show the date and time on which the switch was opened. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 67. 

68. — (I) This section applies if it is not practicable to disconnect 
electrical installations, equipment or power lines from the power supply 
before working on, or near, the installations, equipment or power lines. 

(2) Only a competent person shall perform the work. 

(3) The worker shall use rubber gloves, mats, shields, electrical shock 
resistant footwear or other protective equipment and procedures 
adequate to ensure protection from electrical shocks and bums while 
performing the work. 

(4) If the installation, equipment or power line is operating at 300 
volts or over but less than 750 volts, a suitably equipped, competent 
person who is able to perform rescue operations, including cardio- 
pulmonary resuscitation, shall be readily available and be able to see the 
worker who is performing the work. 

(5) If the installation, equipment or power line is operating at 750 
volts or over, 

(a) the work shall be carried out by a competent person under the 
authority of an electrical utility; and 

(b) a suitably equipped, competent person who is able to perform 
rescue operations, including cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, 
shall be readily available and be able to see the worker who is 
performing the work. 

(6) Subsections (4) and (5) do not apply to troubleshooting, installing 
or replacing meters or to the testing of appliances or instruments by a 
worker who is an electrician certified under the Trades Qualification Act 
to do electrical work or a person with equivalent qualifications by 
training or experience. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 68. 



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69. Cord-connected electrical equipment and tools shall be ade- 
quately grounded. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 69. 



70. — ( 1 ) When used outdoors or in wet locations, portable electrical 
tools shall be protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter installed at 
the receptacle or on the circuit at the electrical panel. 

(2) If there is an indication of a ground fault, it shall be investigated 
and removed without delay. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 70. 

71. Electrical equipment or power lines that are no longer used for 
the purpose for which they were intended or designed shall be isolated, 
de-energized and, 

(a) removed; or 

(b) left in place and locked out and permanently disconnected by 
removing the cables from their connections at both ends and 
cutting back or taping the cables. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 7 1 . 

72. — ( 1 ) No object shall be brought closer to an energized electric 
conductor ofthe voltage set out in Column 1 of the following Table than 
the distance specified opposite to it in Column 2: 

TABLE 



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(e) if it contains acetylene, be in an upright position; 

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Column 1 


Column 2 


Conductor Voltage 


Minimum Distance 


750 to 150,000 volts 

over 150,000 to 250,000 volts 

over 250,000 volts 


3 metres 

4.5 metres 

6 metres 



(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply, 

(a) if mats, shields or other protective devices adequate to ensure 
protection from electrical shocks and bums are installed under 
the authority of the owner ofthe conductor; and 

(b) if the person who is responsible for bringing the object within 
the minimum distance is using procedures adequate to ensure 
protection from electrical shock and bums and is a worker who 
is an electrician certified under the Trades Qualification Act to 
do electrical work or a person with equivalent qualifications by 
training or experience. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 72. 

73. If a vehicle, crane or similar equipment is operated near a live 
power line and it is possible for any part of it or its load to make contact 
with the live power line, 

(a) a worker shall be stationed within view of the operator to wam 
him or her when any part ofthe equipment is approaching the 
minimum distance from the live power line; and 

(b) clearance shall be allowed for any changes in boom angle and 
for apy swing of the hoisting cable and load. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 73. 

Compressed Gas Cylinders 



74. — { 1 ) A storage cylinder for compressed gas shall, 

(a) have a valve connection which prevents an inadvertent connec- 
tion that would result in a hazardous mixture of gases; 

(b) be .secured in position during transportation, storage or use; 

(c) not be rolled, slid or dropped; 

(d) if designed for the use of a valve protection cap, have the valve 
protection cap in position when the cylinder is being trans- 
ported or stored; 



(g) if it is empty, be labelled accordingly and have the valve 
securely tumed off; and 

(h) be stored in a well-ventilated area, away from any source of 
ignition. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to fire extinguishers or calibration 
equipment. 

(3) A cylinder containing compressed flammable gas shall be stored, 

(a) at least six metres from any cylinder containing oxygen; or 

(b) with a barrier of noncombustible material at least 1 .5 metres 
high having a fire resistance rating of at least one-half hour 
separating it from any cylinder containing oxygen. 

(4) The area where compressed gas cylinders are stored shall be 
posted as a no smoking area and no person shall smoke in the area. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 74. 

Material Handling Equipment 

75. In sections 76 through 79, "material handling equipment" and 
"lifting equipment" do not include, 

(a) equipment to which the Elevating Devices Act applies; or 

(b) equipment used to lift, lower or transfer a person who is not a 
worker. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 75. 

76. — (1) Material handling equipment shall not be used to support, 
raise or lower a worker unless the requirements of this section are met. 

(2) If material handling equipment is used to support, raise or lower 
a worker, the worker shall be on a platform that is, 

(a) equipped with adequate safety devices that automatically 
prevent the platform and load from falling if the platform's 
normal support fails; 

(b) suspended from a boom that does not move; or 

(c) attached to a mast or boom which, 

(i) is hydraulically or pneumatically operated, and 

(ii) is equipped with a safety device that will prevent free 
fall ofthe platform in the event of a pressure line failure. 

(3) A worker on a platform that is suspended from a boom that does 
not move shall be attached to a separate lifeline suspended from the 
boom or a fixed support capable of supporting at least four times the 
weight of the worker. 

(4) If the material handling equipment is not designed for the specific 
purpose of hoisting personnel, the load applied to it shall be less than 
one-half the maximum rated load. 

(5) The platform shall have a sign indicating the load that may be 
applied to it under subsection (4). 

(6) If controls are provided at more than one location, 

(a) each control station shall be provided with means that allow the 
operator to cut off power to the equipment; and 

(b) interiocks shall be provided so that only one station can be 
operative at any one time. 

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other than the worker on the platform shall attend to and operate them. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 76. 

77. If a worker who is operating material handling equipment is 
exposed to overhead hazards and adequate protection from the hazards 
is not provided by the use of personal protective equipment, overhead 
protection by means of a cab, screen, canopy, guard or other adequate 
protection shall be provided on the equipment. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 77. 

78. Except for purpose of testing, no material handling equipment 
shall be loaded in excess of its maximum rated load. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 78. 

79. — (1) Lifting equipment shall be thoroughly examined by a 
competent person to determine its capability of handling the maximum 
load as rated, 

(a) before being used for the first time; and 

(b) thereafter as often as necessary but not less frequently than 
recommended by the manufacturer and, in any case, at least 
once a year. 

(2) A permanent record shall be kept of each examination conducted 
under subsection (1) for as long as the equipment remains on the 
premises and for one year after the equipment is removed and the record 
shall be signed by the person who conducted it. 

(3) Lifting equipment shall be clearly marked with sufficient informa- 
tion to enable its operator to determine the maximum rated load that the 
equipment is capable of lifting under any operating condition. 

(4) If lifting equipment is equipped with limit switches, the switches 
shall, 

(a) automatically cut off the power; 

(b) automatically apply the brake when a load reaches its permissi- 
ble limit; and 

(c) be used as an operating control only when designed for such 
use. 

(5) If a limit switch is used as an operating control on lifting equip- 
ment, a second limit switch shall be located behind the first switch. 

(6) The lifting equipment's controls shall be attended when its load 
is in the raised position. 

(7) Lifting equipment shall be attended when the forks, bucket, blades 
or similar part is in the raised position unless, 

(a) the equipment is a hydraulic or pneumatic hoist that supports 
the load from below and is fixed in one location: or 

(b) the forks, bucket, blades or similar part is solidly supported. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 79. 

Ladders 

80. — ( 1 ) Except for a step stool , a worker shall not stand upon a chair, 
box or other loose object while working. '' 

(2) A chair, box or other loose object shall not be used to support a 
ladder, scaffold or working platform. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 80. 

8L The maximum length of a ladder measured along the side rail 
shall not be more than, 

(a) six metres for a step-ladder; 

(b) nine metres for a single ladder; and 

(c) thirteen metres for an extension or sectional ladder. O. Reg. 
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(a) have adequate strength, stiffness and stability to support any 
load likely to be applied to it; 

(b) be free from broken or loose members or other faults; 

(c) have rungs evenly spaced; and 

(d) be equipped with slip-resistant feet. 

(2) A wooden ladder shall not be painted or coated with an opaque 
material. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 82. 

83. When a ladder is being used it shall, 

(a) be placed on a firm footing and secured against slipping; 

(b) if the ladder is between six and nine metres in length, be 
securely fastened or be held in place by one or more workers 
while being used; 

(c) if the ladder exceeds nine metres in length, be securely fastened 
or stabilized to prevent it from tipping or falling; 

(d) when not securely fastened, be inclined so that the horizontal 
distance from the top support to the foot of the ladder is not less 
than one-quarter and not more than one-third of the length of 
the ladder; and 

(e) if the ladder is likely to be endangered by traffic, have a worker 
stationed at its foot to direct such traffic or have barriers or 
warning signs placed at its foot. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 83. 

84. — ( 1 ) When a step-ladder is being used as a self-supporting unit, 
its legs shall be fully spread and the spreader shall be locked. 

(2) No worker shall stand on the top of a step-ladder or shall use the 
pail shelf as a step. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 84. 

Scaffolds 

85. If work cannot be done from a ladder without hazard to a worker, 
a scaffold shall be provided for the worker. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 85. 

86. Only a competent person shall supervise the erection, alteration 
and dismantling of a scaffold. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 86. 

87. — ( 1 ) Every scaffold shall be capable of supporting, 

(a) two times the maximum load to which it is likely to be sub- 
jected, without exceeding the allowable unit stresses for the 
particular materials used; and 

(b) four times the maximum load to which it is likely to be sub- 
jected, without overturning. 

(2) No scaffold shall be loaded in excess of the maximum load it 
could reasonably be expected to support and not in excess of the 
maximum load set out in clauses (1) (a) and (b). 

(3) The requirements in this section and in section 88 do not apply to 
a suspended scaffold. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 87. 

88.— ( 1 ) Every scaffold shall, 

(a) be constructed of suitable structural material; 

(b) have horizontal members that are adequately secured to prevent 
lateral movement and that do not have splices between the 
points of support; 

(c) have footings, sills or supports that are sound, rigid and capable 
of supporting at least two times the maximum load to which the 
scaffold is likely to be subjected without settlement or defor- 
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(e) have all fittings, gear, base plates and wheels installed accord- 
ing to the manufacturer's instructions; 

(0 have safety catches on all hooks; 

(g) be adequately secured at vertical intervals not exceeding three 
times the least lateral dimension of the scaffold, measured at the 
base, to prevent lateral movement; 

(h) where lumber is used in its construction, be constructed only of 
Construction Grade spruce or Number I Grade spruce; and 

(i) have all uprights braced diagonally in the horizontal and 
vertical planes to prevent lateral movement. 

(2) If a scaffold is more than fifteen metres in height, it shall be 
designed by a professional engineer and constructed in accordance with 
the design. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 88. 

89. A scaffold mounted on castors or wheels, other than a movable 
working platform to which subsection 94 (1) applies, shall, 

(a) have a height which does not exceed three times the least lateral 
dimension of the scaffold, 

(i) measured at the base, or 

(ii) measured between the outriggers; 

(b) be equipped with a suitable braking device on each castor or 

wheel; and 

(c) have the brakes applied when, 

(i) any worker is on the scaffold or the working platform of 
the scaffold, or 

(ii) the scaffold is unattended. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 89. 

90. The working platform of a scaffold shall, 

(a) be designed, constructed and maintained to support all loads to 
which it may be subjected without exceeding the allowable unit 
stresses for the materials used, and in any event shall support 
not less than 2.4 kilonewtons per square metre; 

(b) be at least forty-six centimetres in width; 

(c) be provided, at each open side and at the ends of the platform, 
with guardrails that comply with section 37; 

(d) if the platform consists of sawn lumber planks, have planks of 
Number 1 Grade spruce that, 

(i) bear a legible grade identification stamp or bear a 
permanent grade identification mark, 

(ii) are at least forty-eight millimetres in thickness by 250 
millimetres in width with a span not exceeding 2.1 
metres, 

(iii) overhang their supports by not less than 1 50 millimetres 
and not more than 300 millimetres, and 

(iv) are cleated or otherwise secured against slipping; and 

(e) if the platform required consists of planks manufactured of 
laminated wood, metal or a combination of materials, consist of 
planks tested in accordance with good engineering practice to 
demonstrate structural equivalence to the sawn lumber planks 
specified in clause (d). O. Reg. 67/93, s. 90. 



(a) a suspended scaffold that is permanently installed on a building 
or structure; 

(b) a suspended scaffold that is transported in component form and 
is assembled for use at a work site; 

(c) a boatswain's chair or single-point suspension equipment 
intended for the support of one worker; and 

(d) the supports and equipment for a suspended scaffold or 
boatswain's chair, including lines, outrigger beams, davits, 
receptacles for outrigger beams or davits, cornice hooks, 
parapet wall hooks and anchors for attachment of primary 
suspension lines or lifelines. 

(2) A worker who is on or is getting on or off a suspended scaffold, 
boatswain's chair or similar single-point suspension equipment shall be 
protected by a fall arrest system that meets the requirements of sec- 
tion 13. 

(3) All mechanically or electrically operated equipment described in 
subsection (I) shall, 

(a) be suitable for the purpose for which it is used; 

(b) have legible operating and maintenance instructions of the 
manufacturer affixed to the equipment in a conspicuous 
location; 

(c) be operated, inspected and maintained in accordance with the 
manufacturer's instructions; 

(d) be used only in a manner which does not endanger a worker; 
and 

(e) not be used when a component, which may affect its safe 
operation, is damaged or defective. 

(4) Primary suspension lines and lifelines used in connection with 
equipment described in subsection (1) shall, 

(a) be rigged in accordance with generally accepted rigging 
practice; 

(b) be rigged so that each line hangs vertically from the roof or 
access level to the ground or egress level of a worker using the 
line; 

(c) have a breaking strength of at least ten times the static load that 
the line is intended to bear; 

(d) have each connecting end wrapped around a protective thimble 
and securely fastened, 

(i) by means of a swagged fitting or eye splice if applied by 
the manufacturer of the line, or 

(ii) if the line is a wire rope, by a minimum of three clamps; 
and 

(e) be inspected before each day' s use by a competent person who 
shall report any defects or damage to a supervisor. 

(5) Primary suspension lines and lifelines used in connection with 
equipment described in subsection (1) shall not be used when they are 
defective or damaged. 

(6) A worker on a suspended scaffold, boatswain's chair or similar 
single-point suspension equipment shall have an effective means of 
summoning assistance in case of emergency. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 9 1 . 



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92. — (1) A boatswain's chair or similar single-point suspension 
equipment shall, 

(a) have a seat at least 600 millimetres long and 250 millimetres 
wide of one piece construction capable of supporting 225 
kilograms; 

(b) be supported by a sling constructed of a wire rope of at least 
nine millimetres that crosses underneath the seat; 

(c) not be used where the descent exceeds ninety metres; 

(d) only be used for areas within arm's reach of a worker freely 
suspended on the primary support line; and 

(e) not be used in conjunction with corrosive substances or 
solutions. 

(2) A natural or synthetic line used as primary support line for a 
boatswain's chair or other similar single-point suspension equipment 
shall be, 

(a) doubled from the anchor point or point of suspension of the line 
to ground or egress level; 

(b) permanently identified with, 

(i) the name of the manufacturer of the line, 
(ii) the date of the manufacture of the line, and 
(iii) the length of the line; 

(c) protected from abrasion; 

(d) used only with a descent control or similar device, 

(i) approved by the manufacturer of the descent control or 
similar device for use in window cleaning operations, 
and 

(ii) in accordance with the installation, operating and 
maintenance instructions of the manufacturer of the 
descent control or similar device, which instructions 
shall be kept available for the inspection of an inspector; 

(e) discarded when no longer safe for use or in accordance with the 
manufacturer's recommendations, whichever occurs first; and 

(f) tested by a recognized testing laboratory at least once every 
twelve months for compliance with clause 91 (4) (c), and, if 
found not in compliance, discarded. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 92. 

93. — ( 1 ) Static or horizontal lines rigged between anchor points for 
direct attachment of lifelines or primary support lines shall meet the 
requirements of this section. 

(2) A professional engineer shall, 

(a) instruct on the use of the static or horizontal lines and primary 
support lines; and 

(b) certify the maximum load to be applied to them. 

(3) The support capability of an anchor point shall exceed the total 
breaking strength of all support lines attached to it. 

(4) Outrigger beams, cornice hooks and parapet wall hooks for 
support of primary support lines shall, 

(a) be capable of supporting at least four times the maximum load 
to which they may be subjected without overturning and 
without exceeding the allowable unit stress for the materials of 
which they are constructed; 



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(b) be constructed of steel or aluminum or equivalent material; and 

(c) be tied back to a fixed support so as to prevent their movement. 
(5) Outrigger beams for support of primary support lines shall, 

(a) have counterweights, 

(i) that are manufactured for the purpose, 
(ii) that are marked as to weight, and 
(iii) that are securely attached to the outrigger beam; 

(b) be accompanied by the supplier's or manufacturer's instructions 
indicating the number of counterweights that are necessary for 
the arrangements of the beam and the load that the beam can 
bear for each arrangement; and 

(c) if positioned on a rolling undercarriage, have the undercarriage 
fixed to prevent the counterweights from moving while a 
worker is suspended by the primary support lines. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 93. 

94. — (1) A movable working platform operated by mechanical or 
electric power, including an elevating rolling scaffold and a self- 
propelled elevating scaffold or work platform, shall, 

(a) be designed by a professional engineerin accordance with good 
engineering practice to support, 

(i) two times the maximum load to which it may be sub- 
jected without exceeding the allowable unit stresses for 
the materials used, and 

(ii) four times the maximum load to which it may be sub- 
jected without overturning; 

(b) be constructed and maintained in accordance with the design of 
the professional engineer; 

(c) be capable of supporting two times the maximum load to which 
it may be subjected without exceeding the allowable unit 
stresses for the materials used; 

(d) be provided with guardrails that comply with the requirements 
of section 37; 

(e) be fitted with signs indicating the safe working load; 

(0 if equipped with outriggers, have a notice indicating the 
circumstances when the outriggers shall be used; 

(g) be equipped with a fail safe mechanism for the elevating power 
system in the case of a power source or system failure; 

(h) be equipped with a dead man control that will cut the power off 
from the operating mechanism unless the control regulating the 
power is continuously operated by a worker; and 

(i) have each component which may affect its safe operation 
inspected by a competent person, 

(i) before initial use, and 

(ii) after initial use, as often as necessary but not less 
frequently than recommended by the manufacturer and, 
in any case, at least once a year. 

(2) A movable working platform of the type described in subsection 
( 1 ) shall not be used when a component that may affect its safe operation 
is defective. 

(3) This section does not apply to a suspended scaffold. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 94. 

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95. A process that is likely to produce dust, fume, gas or vapour to 
such an extent as to be capable of forming an explosive mixture when 
mixed with air shall be carried out, 

(a) in an area that has provision for the disposal of the mixture by 
burning under controlled conditions; or 

(b) in another area if, 

(i) the area is identified by a sign warning of the hazard, 

(ii) the area is isolated from other operations, 

(iii) the area has a system of ventilation adequate to ensure 
that the dust, fume, gas or vapour does not reach a 
hazardous concentration, 

(iv) the area has no potential sources of ignition, ' 

(v) any heating or air vents leading to other areas have 
baffles, chokes or dampers to reduce the effects of any 
explosion, and 

(vi) the area has provision for explosion venting. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 95. 

Anaesthetic Gases 

96. Where anaesthetic gases are likely to be present, the following 
measures and procedures shall be put into effect: 

1 . The installation of effective scavenging systems to collect, 
remove and dispose of waste gases. 

2. The installation and use of anaesthesia respirators and machines 
to reduce contamination of the air in the room during adminis- 
tration of anaesthetic gases. 

3. The implementation and use of a maintenance program for 
scavenging systems and anaesthesia respirators and machines 
and for inspecting for leakage on a monthly basis. 

4. The adoption and use of proper work practices to reduce 
contamination of the room air during the administration of 
anaesthetic gases. 

5. The regular maintenance of the ventilation system including 
filters. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 96. 

Antineoplastic Drugs 

97. — ( 1 ) The employer shall, in consultation with the joint health and 
safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, develop, 
establish and put into effect written measures and procedures to protect 
workers who may be exposed to antineoplastic agents or to material or 
equipment contaminated with antineoplastic agents. 

(2) The measures and procedures required by subsection (1) shall 
include, 

(a) procedures for the storing, preparing, handling, using, transport- 
ing and disposing of antineoplastic agents and material contam- 
inated with antineoplastic agents; 

(b) emergency procedures to be followed in the event of a worker's 
exposure to antineoplastic agents by a needle puncture, inhala- 
tion or skin contact; 

(c) procedures for the maintenance and disposal of equipment 
contaminated with antineoplastic agents; 

(d) measures for the use of engineering controls, work practices, 
hygiene practices and facilities or personal protective equip- 
ment appropriate in the circumstances; and 



(e) measures for the use of an appropriate biological safety cabinet 
for the preparation of antineoplastic agents. 



(3) The employer shall provide training and instruction in the 
measures and procedures described in subsection (2) to workers who 
may be exposed to antineoplastic agents or to material or equipment 
contaminated with antineoplastic agents. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 97. 

Flammable Liquids 

98. In sections 99, 100 and 101, "flammable liquid" means any 
liquid having a fiash point below 37.8 degrees Celsius and a vapour 
pressure below 275 kilopascals absolute at 37.8 degrees Celsius. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 98. 

99. — ( 1 ) Flammable liquids shall be handled in such a manner so as 
to prevent the hazard of explosion or fire. 

(2) Flammable liquids shall be, 

(a) dispensed, removed from any potential source of ignition; 

(b) if dispensed indoors, dispensed in an area equipped with 
ventilation adequate to remove any hazardous concentration of 
fume or vapour; 

(c) transported in containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of 
the liquids or in containers equipped with spring-loaded caps; 
and 

(d) handled in a manner that prevents any leakage or spillage of the 
liquids, if such leakage or spillage would result in exposing the 
liquids to a proximate source of potential ignition that cannot be 
eliminated. 

(3) If flammable liquid is being dispensed from a holding container, 
the dispensing equipment, the containers from which the flammable 
liquid is dispensed and the containers into which the flammable liquid 
is to be placed shall be bonded and grounded so as to prevent any 
explosion hazard. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 99. 

100. — ( I ) Flammable liquids shall be brought into a workplace only 
if the liquids are contained in, 

(a) sealed containers; 

(b) containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of the liquids; or 

(c) containers equipped with a flame arrester. 

(2) If flammable liquids are brought into a workplace in sealed 
containers, the containers shall remain sealed until the contents or a 
portion of the contents is required for immediate use. 

(3) After the flammable liquids that were brought into a workplace in 
sealed containers have been used, the remaining contents of the 
containers and any unused quantities of the flammable liquids shall be 
stored, 

(a) in containers that prevent any leakage or spillage of the liquids; 
or 

(b) in containers equipped with a spring-loaded cap. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 100. 

101. — ( 1 ) If more than 235 litres of flammable liquids are being 
stored, the liquids shall be stored, 

(a) outdoors, remote from any means of egress: 

(b) in a building used solely for the storage of flammable liquids; 
or 

(c) within a workplace, in a storage room that is used solely for the 



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storage of flammable liquids and that complies with subsection 

(2). 

(2) The storage room shall, 

(a) be separated from the rest of the building with partitions that 
have at least a one-hour fire resistance rating; 

(b) be equipped with, 

(i) liquid-tight seals between interior walls and the floor 
and a liquid-tight ramped sill at any door opening in an 
interior wall, or 

(ii) other means to prevent leakage or spillage of the flam- 
mable liquid from the storage room to another part of 
the workplace in the building; 

(c) be equipped with doors that are side hinged to swing outward 
and that are self-closing; 

(d) be equipped with a drain connected to a holding tank of 
sufficient capacity to contain any possible leakage or spillage; 

(e) be provided with a ventilation system that is adequate to render 
the atmosphere free of any accumulation of hazardous gas or 
vapour; and 

(f) if the flammable liquids are in opened containers or have flash 
points below 22.8 degrees Celsius and boiling points below 
37.8 degrees Celsius, 

(i) be equipped with a spark-resistant floor, 

(ii) be equipped with adequate explosion venting to the 
outdoors, and 

(iii) have no potential source of ignition. 

(3) If the quantity of flammable liquids to be stored indoors is 235 
litres or less, the liquids shall be stored, 

(a) in sealed containers of no more than twenty-three litres capacity 
each; or 

(b) subject to section 106, in a metal cabinet of double- walled 
construction with a 3-point door latch and a liquid-tight door 
sill raised at least fifty-five millimetres above the floor. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 101. 

102. — ( 1 ) An internal combustion engine shall be fuelled, 

(a) outside a building; 

(b) only when the engine is shut off; and 

(c) only if any source of ignition is more than three metres from the 
dispensing point. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply to generators for emergency 
electrical power. 

(3) A worker who is fuelling an internal combustion engine shall 
make an allowance for the possible expansion of the fuel due to the 
exposure of the equipment to higher surrounding temperature. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 102. 

Material Handling 

103. — (1) Materials, articles or things shall be handled, stored and 
disposed of in a manner that will not cause a hazard. 

(2) Materials, articles or things shall be transported, placed or stored 
so that they will not tip, collapse or fall and so that they can be removed 
or withdrawn without endangering the safety of any worker. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 103. 



104. A container used to store, transport or dispense a hazardous 
material shall be, 

(a) adequate to protect the worker from the substance contained in 
it; and 

(b) protected from physical damage. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 104. 

105. Incubators, refrigerators and deep freeze units used to store 
cultures, specimens or biological ampules shall be identified as bio- 
hazardous. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 105. 

106. Flammable materials that require refrigeration shall be stored 
in an explosion-proof refrigerator. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 106. 

107. Bottles and test tubes shall be transported in racks or containers 
that prevent them from breaking, leaking or spilling their contents and 
that protect workers from exposure to the contents. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 107. 

108. Workbenches, shelves, fume hoods and safety cabinets shall 
have adequate space for a worker to perform the work safely. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 108. 

109. — (I) In a laboratory, appropriate disinfectants and decon- 
taminants shall be provided and used to clean workbench, fume hood 
and safety cabinet surfaces and floors. 

(2) In a laboratory where spills of a hazardous material are likely to 
occur, workbench, fume hood and safety cabinet surfaces and floors 
shall consist of a smooth nonporous or impervious material. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 109. 

110. A piping system that contains a substance which is hazardous 
because of its toxicity, temperature, pressure, flammability, or other 
property, shall have its contents and direction of flow clearly idenfified, 

(a) at valves and fittings; 

(b) in locations where a pipe passes through a wall or floor; and 

(c) where circumstances may make its contents or direction of flow 
doubtful. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 10. 

Housekeeping and Waste 

111. — ( 1 ) A room used for storing laundry or janitorial materials and 
equipment shall be maintained in accordance with good hygiene 
practices. 

(2) Janitorial work that may cause dusty conditions shall be done in 
a manner that will minimize the contamination of air by dust. O. Reg. 
67/93, s. 111. 

112. Waste materials shall be removed from work areas in a building 
as often as is necessary to protect the health and safety of workers. 
O. Reg. 67/93, s. 112. 

113. — (I) Objects referred to in subsection (2) that are being 
discarded as waste materials shall be placed in puncture-resistant con- 
tainers. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to needles, knives, scissors, scalpels, 
broken glass or other sharp objects that are capable of cutting or 
penetrating the skin or any part of a worker's body. O. Reg. 67/93, 
s. 113. 

114. — (1) Used needles that are being discarded as waste material 
shall be discarded, immediately after use and without being bent or 
recapped, into a puncture-resistant container. 

(2) If it is impracticable to discard used needles in accordance with 
subsection (1), 

(a) the employer shall provide a device or equipment that protects 
workers from being accidentally punctured while they are 
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(b) the needles shall be recapped using the device or equipment 
described in clause (a) by workers who have received instruc- 
tion and training in the use of that device or equipment. 

(3) The kind of device or equipment provided under clause (2) (a) 
shall be chosen by the employer after consulting with the joint health and 
safety committee or health and safety representative, if any, and after 
considering their recommendations. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 114. 

115. Containers that are used for storing liquid hazardous waste in 
a workplace shall, 

(a) be equipped with a tight-fitting cover; 

(b) be leak-proof; 

(c) if there may be internal pressure in the container, be designed 
so that the pressure is relieved by controlled ventilation; and 

(d) shall be emptied daily or as the circumstances may reasonably 
require. O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 15. 

116. — ( 1 ) This section applies to all waste materials at a facility other 
than those waste materials generated in office administration or general 
building maintenance at the facility. 

(2) The employer in consultation with the joint health and safety 
committee or health and safety representative, if any, shall develop, 
establish and put into effect measures and procedures to ensure that 
waste materials contaminated or potentially contaminated with hazard- 
ous infectious agents that are likely to endanger the health or safety of 
a worker are collected, contained, identified, transported, handled, stored 
and treated in a manner that will not endanger the health or safety of a 
worker. 

(3) The employer shall ensure that a worker who generates, collects, 
transports, handles or treats contaminated or potentially contaminated 
waste materials is trained in the measures and procedures referred to in 
subsection (2). O. Reg. 67/93, s. 1 16. 



117. 
1993. 



Commencement 
This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of June, 

Form 1 

Occupational Health and Safety Act 
NOTICE 



TAKE NOTICE that this 



(specify the "place" or "thing", as the case may be) 
is a danger or hazard to the health or safety of workers employed in or 
having access to this place or thing, and the use thereof shall be 

discontinued immediately until the inspector's order of 



(date) 

to has been complied with. 

(name and address of employer or owner) 

No person, except an inspector, shall remove this notice unless author- 
ized by an inspector. 



Dated the day of . 

(Signature of Inspector) 
10/93 



19. 



O.Reg. 67/93, Form 1. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 68/93 

made under the 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 17th, 1993 
Filed: February 18th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 530 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Wildlife Management Units) 

1. The description of Wildlife Management Unit 69A-2 set out in 
the Schedule to Regulation 530 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 609/92, is 
amended by striking out "All that land in the County of Lennox and 
Addington" at the beginning and substituting "All that land in the 
County of Frontenac and the County of Lennox and Addington". 

10/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 69/93 

made under the 

CONSERVATION AUTHORITIES ACT 

Made: December 30th, 1992 

Approved: February 17th, 1993 

Filed: February 18th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 149 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Fill, Construction and Alteration to 

Waterways — Grand River) 

1. Schedule 11 to Regulation 149 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 11 

GRAND RIVER 

That part of the watershed of the Grand River within the fill line as 
outlined and cross-hatched on maps GR 1 1 - 1 to GR 11-8, both inclusive, 
dated April 23, 1980. filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of 
Natural Resources at Aurora. Ontario, comprised of all the land and 
premises being in The Regional Municipality of Waterloo, more 
particularly described as follows: 



In the Township of Woolwich: 



Concession 


Lor 


A of Hitchings Tract 


parts of 1 to 7, both inclusive 


Broken Front Concession of 
Crooks Tract, West of Grand 
River 


parts of 1 to 4, both inclusive 


1 , West of Grand River, Crooks 
Tract 


part of 4 


Broken Front Concession of 
Crooks Tract, East of Grand 
River 


parts of 1 to 7, both inclusive 


German Company Tract 


parts of 1 , 2 and 41 , parts of 60, 
64 to 67, both inclusive, parts of 
71 to 75, both inclusive, parts of 
1 1 1 to 1 16, both inclusive 


James Wilson Tract 


parts of 3, 5 to 7, both inclusive, 
parts of 9 and 1 1 , part of the 
Bend or Oxbow lots 


Beasleys Upper Block 


parts of 68, 70 and 71 



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2. In the City of Waterloo: 



That pan between Riverbank Drive and the Grand River 



That part between Woolwich Street and the Grand River 



3. In the City of Kitchener: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of the City of Kitchener Boundary and 
the Grand River, thence southwesterly along the City 
Boundary and Woolwich Street to Bridge Street, thence 
southeasterly along Bridge Street to the Grand River, 
thence upstream in the river to the point of commence- 
ment. 

ii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of Woolwich Street and Bridge Street, 
thence southwesterly along Woolwich Street to the 
intersection of Laurel Creek and Selkirk Place, thence 
southerly along Selkirk Place to Lancaster Street, thence 
southwesteriy along Lancaster Street to the Conestoga 
Parkway, thence southerly along the Conestoga Parkway 
to Victoria Street, thence easterly along Victoria Street 
to the Grand River, thence upstream in the Grand River 
to Bridge Street, thence northwesterly along Bridge 
Street to the point of commencement. 

iii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of Bridge Street and the Grand River, 
thence downstream in the Grand River to the City of 
Kitchener Boundary, thence northerly along the Bound- 
ary to Bridge Street, thence northwesterly along Bridge 
Street to Bloomingdale Road, thence easteriy along 
Bloomingdale Road to the City of Kitchener Boundary, 
thence northerly along the Boundary to the Grand River, 
thence downstream in the Grand River to the point of 
commencement. 

iv. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of Victoria Street and Forwell Road, 
thence southeasterly along Forwell Road to Ottawa 
Street, thence westeriy along Ottawa Street to Lackner 
Boulevard, thence southerly along Lackner Boulevard 
to Zeller Drive, thence southeasteriy along Zeller Drive 
to Woolner Drive, thence southwesterly along Woolner 
Drive to Old Chicopee Drive, thence southeasteriy to 
Morrison Road, thence southerly on Morrison Road to 
King Street East, thence northwesterly to Fairway Road, 
thence northwesterly to Highway 8, thence southeasterly 
along Highway 8 to King Street East, thence north- 
westeriy along King Street to the Grand River, thence 
upstream in the Grand River to Victoria Street, thence 
westeriy along Victoria Street to the point of commence- 
ment. 

V. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northeast angle being 
the intersection of Fairway Road and Highway 8, thence 
southwesteriy along Fairway Road to Wilson Avenue, 
thence southerly along Wilson Avenue to Manitou 
Drive, thence southerly on Manitou Drive to Homer 
Watson Boulevard, thence southeasterly on Homer 
Watson Boulevard to the MacDonald Cartier Freeway or 
Highway 401, thence easterly along Highway 401 to 
Highway 8, thence northwesterly along Highway 8 to 
the point of commencement. 

4. In the City of Cambridge: 



O. Reg. 69/93, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 12 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 12 

BEVERLY SWAMP— FAIRCHILD CREEK 

That part of the watershed of Fairchild Creek within the fill line as 
outlined by a line and cross-hatched on maps GR 1 2- 1 and GR 1 2-2, dated 
November 1985, filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural 
Resources at Aurora, Ontario, comprised of all the land and premises 
being in The Regional Municipality of Waterloo and The Regional 
Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth, more particularly described as 
follows: 

I . In the Township of North Dumfries in The Regional Municipal- 
ity of Waterioo: 



Concession 


LOT 


VIII 
IX 


parts of 9 toll, both inclusive 
parts of 8 toll, both inclusive 



2. In the Town of Flamborough in The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth: 



Concession 


Lot 


VII 

VIII 

IX 


parts of 21 and 22 

parts of 1 2 to 24, both inclusive 

parts of 12 to 17, both inclusive 
and 19 to 21, both inclusive 



O. Reg. 69/93, s. 2. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 14 

TORRANCE CREEK, HAMILTON CORNER WETLANDS 

That part of the watershed of the Grand River within the fill line as 
outlined and cross-hatched on map GRI4-1 , dated October 1989, filed 
in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources at Aurora, 
Ontario, comprised of all of the land and premises being in the County 
of Wellington more particularly described as follows: 

1. IntheCityofGuelph: 

Those parts being composed of: 

i. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of Gordon Street and Stone Road, 
thence southerly along Gordon Street to Arkell Road, 
thence easterly along Arkell Road to the City Boundary, 
thence northeriy and easterly along the City Boundary 
to Victoria Road, thence northeriy along Victoria Road 
to Stone Road, thence westerly along Stone Road to the 
point of commencement. 

ii. Part of the area enclosed by the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being 
the intersection of Gordon Street and Arkell Road, 
thence southwesterly along Gordon Street to Clair Road, 



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thence easterly along Clair Road to the City Boundary, 
thence northerly along the City Boundary to Arkell 
Road, thence westerly along Arkell Road to the point of 
commencement. 

2. In the Township of Puslinch: 



Concession 


Lot 


VIII 
IX 


parts of 2 to 10, both inclusive 
parts of 1 to 6, both inclusive 



O.Reg. 69/93, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 15 



NITH RIVER 



That part of the watershed of the Grand River within the fill line as 
outlined on maps GR15-1 to GR 15-58, both inclusive, dated January 
1990, filed in the Regional Office of the Ministry of Natural Resources 
at Aurora, Ontario, comprised of all the land and premises being in The 
Regional Municipality of Waterloo, more particularly described as 
follows: 

1 . In the Township of Wilmot: 



Concession 


Lot 


Block A 

1 

2 

3 

4 

South of Bleams Road (SBR) 

North of Bleams Road (NBR) 
South of Snider Road (SSR) 
North of Snider Road (NSR) 
South of Erb Road (SER) 
North of Erb Road (NER) 


parts of 1 7 to 22, both inclusive 

parts of 1 8 to 21 , both inclusive 

parts of 1 8 to 21 , both inclusive 

parts of 19 to 21, both inclusive 

parts of 1 7, and parts of 1 9 to 
26, both inclusive 

parts of 19 to 26, both inclusive 

parts of 19 to 24, both inclusive 

parts of 18 to 23, both inclusive 

parts of 16 to 20, both inclusive 

parts of 1 6 to 1 8, both inclusive 



2. In the Town of New Hamburg in the Township of Wilmot: 

Part of the area enclosed within the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northeast angle being the 
intersection of the Nith River and the Town limits, thence 
easterly along the Town limits to Waterloo Street, thence 
southwesterly along Waterloo Street to the Canadian 
National Railway right-of-way, thence easterly along that 
right-of-way to Victoria Street, thence southerly along 
Victoria Street to Nevill Street to Hamilton Road, thence 
southerly along Hamilton Road to Provincial Highway 7 
& 8, thence southwesterly along that highway to the Town 
limits, thence northerly along the Town limits to the point 
of commencement. 

3. In the Township of North Dumfries': 



Concession 


Lot 


7 
8 
9 


part of 35 to 38, both inclusive 
part of 35 to 38, both inclusive 
part of 36 to 38, both inclusive 



4. In the Village of Ayr in the Township of North Dumfries: 

Part of the area enclosed within the following irregular 
boundaries, commencing at the northwest angle being the 
intersection of the Nith River and the Village limits, thence 
easterly along the Village limits to Waterloo Regional 
Road No. 50, also named Northumberland Street, thence 
southerly along Northumberland Street to Stanley Street, 
thence easterly along Stanley Street to Swan Street, thence 
southeriy along Swan Street to the Village limits, thence 
westeriy and northerly along the Village limits to the point 
of commencement. 

O.Reg. 69/93, s. 3, part. 

Grand River Conservation Authority: 

Archie MacRobbie 
Chair 

Ronald Fox 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Dated at Cambridge, this 30th day of December, 1 992. 

10/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 70/93 

made under the 

CREDIT UNIONS AND CAISSES POPULAIRES ACT 

Made: February 17th, 1993 
Filed: February 18th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 214 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Stabilization Funds) 

1. Regulation 214 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

6. Despite section 5, a league may use the accumulated net earnings 
from former OSDIC assessments to provide programs that assist its 
member credit unions to conduct their operations in accordance with 
sound business and financial practices and to maintain their sound 
financial condition. O. Reg. 70/93, s. 1. 

10/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 71/93 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: February 17th, 1993 
Filed: February 18th, 1993 

DESIGNATION— LAIDLAW ENVIRONMENTAL 
SERVICES LTD.— ROTARY KILN INCINERATOR 

1. In this Regulation, "Laidlaw Environmental Services Ltd." 
includes any person related to Laidlaw Environmental Services Ltd. or 
Laidlaw Inc. by ownership and any person who is a party to a contract 
with Laidlaw Environmental Services Ltd. respecting the enterprise or 
activity described in section 2. O. Reg. 71/93, s. 1. 



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2. The enterprise oractivity by Laidlaw Environmental Services Ltd. 
of constructing and operating a rotary kiln incinerator on Lot 9, 
Concession X, Township of Moore, County of Lambton is defined as a 
major commercial or business enterprise or activity and is designated as 
an undertaking to which the Act applies. O. Reg. 71/93, s. 2. 

10/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 72/93 
made under the 
MINING ACT 

Made: February 17th, 1993 
Filed: February 19th, 1993 

LEASES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF 

PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS 

FROM CROWN LANDS UNDER WATER 

1. In this Regulation, 

"pool" means an underground accumulation of petroleum or natural gas 
or both, separated or appearing to be separated from any other such 
underground accumulation; 

"posted price" means the price of different qualities of petroleum 
established and issued by the purchaser of petroleum; 

"spacing unit" has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Petroleum 
Resources Act; 

"unitization agreement" means an agreement providing for the 
combining of separately owned petroleum or natural gas interests in 
a pool, formation or field to permit the efficient and economical 
drilling for or production of petroleum, natural gas or other unitized 
substances. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 1. 

2. — ( 1 ) The Minister may lease petroleum and natural gas rights in 
Crown lands that are under the bed of any river or lake to permit the 
production of petroleum or natural gas. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) applies only with respect to Crown lands lying 
south and east of the River Mattawa, Lake Nipissing and the French 
River. 

(3) The petroleum or natural gas shall be produced only from a 
wellhead located on dry land. 

(4) A lease to produce petroleum includes the right to produce any gas 
in solution with the petroleum and any natural gas in a gas cap overlying 
the petroleum pool. 

(5) A lease to produce natural gas includes only natural gas capable 
of being produced alone or, at the time of initial production, in associa- 
tion with no more than one cubic metre of petroleum for every 3600 
cubic metres of natural gas. 

(6) A lessee shall not drill a well on the land in respect of which 
petroleum or natural gas rights are leased under this Regulation. 

(7) A lessee may conduct geophysical surveys designed for water- 
borne operations. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 2. 

3. — ( 1 ) Every application for a lease shall be accompanied by, 

(a) a fee of $250; 

(b) the rent for the first year of the term of the lease; and 

(c) a plan and description of the land in respect of which the 
applicant is applying to lease the petroleum or natural gas 
rights. 



(2) The Minister may grant a lease to the applicant or may offer for 
sale by tender the right to obtain a lease. 

(3) The term of a lease is five years. 

(4) The successful applicant shall provide the Minister with a legal 
description and plan of the land in respect of which the petroleum or 
natural gas rights are to be leased, both of which are in a form capable 
of being registered against the land. 

(5) It is a condition of a lease that the lessee shall, 

(a) permit the Minister to inspect the records of the production or 
sale of the petroleum or natural gas produced under the lease; 

(b) permit the Minister to inspect the records of the costs incurred 
in the transportation of the petroleum that is produced under the 
lease from the wellhead to the point at which the posted price 
is determined or to the point at which the lessee transfers 
custody of the petroleum; 

(c) use reasonable diligence to produce and market petroleum or 
natural gas under the lease; and 

(d) carry out all activity in connection with the drilling, production 
and plugging of the well that produces the petroleum or natural 
gas under the lease in accordance with provincial and federal 
laws. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 3. 

4. — ( 1 ) The minister may renew a lease for a term of up to five years. 

(2) The renewal may cover the petroleum or natural gas rights in all 
or part of the land in respect of which rights were originally leased. 

(3) An application for renewal shall be made to the Minister at least 
ninety days before the expiry of the lease and shall be accompanied by, 

(a) a fee of $100; and 

(b) the rent for the first year of the term of the renewed lease. 

(4) If the lease is being renewed for only part of the land in respect of 
which rights were originally leased, the lessee shall provide the Minister 
with a plan and description of the remaining land in respect of which 
petroleum or natural gas rights are to be leased, both of which are in a 
form capable of being registered against the land. 

(5) A lease shall not be renewed unless the land in respect of which 
petroleum or natural gas rights have been leased is, 

(a) within a spacing unit of an existing well producing or capable 
of producing a commercially viable quantity of petroleum or 
natural gas; 

(b) within the spacing unit of a well to be drilled before the 
expiration of the lease; or 

(c) under a unitization agreement. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 4. 

5. A lease may be assigned on the consent of the Minister and on the 
payment of a fee of $ 1 00. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 5. 

6. — ( 1 ) The lessee may surrender all or part of the land in respect of 
which petroleum or natural gas rights are leased by giving thirty days 
notice to the Minister. 

(2) The surrender takes effect when the Minister consents to the 
surrender. 

(3) The lessee is not entitled upon surrender to a refund of any 
payment made under the lease. 

(4) If the petroleum or natural gas rights in only part of the land are 
being surrendered, the lessee shall provide the Minister with a descrip- 
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surrendered, both of which are in a form capable of being registered 
against the land. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 6. 

7. — ( 1 ) A lessee under a lease shall pay the rent and royalty set out in 
sections 8 and 9. 

(2) If the rent or royalty set out in this Regulation is changed during 
the term of the lease, the payments made by the lessee following the 
change shall be on the basis of the new rent or royalty. O. Reg. 72/93, 
s.7. 



(2) A notice of default sent by mail shall be deemed to have been 
received by the lessee on the fifth day after the date of mailing, unless 
the contrary is shown. 

(3) The Minister may terminate the lease without liability and without 
compensation to the lessee if the lessee does not remedy the default to 
the Minister's satisfaction within thirty days after the notice of default is 
received by the lessee. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 1 1. 

10/93 



8. The rent is $5 per hectare of land in respect of which petroleum 
or natural gas rights are leased, payable annually in advance. O. Reg. 

72/93, s. 8. 

9. — ( 1 ) Subject to section 1 0, the royalty that is payable is 1 2 1 /2 per 
cent of the fair market value of the petroleum or natural gas that is 
produced from the land in respect of which petroleum or natural gas 
rights are leased. 

(2) The royalty in respect of petroleum or natural gas produced in a 
month is payable on or before the end of the following month. 

(3) Subject to subsection (4), the fair market value of petroleum shall 
be deemed to be the posted price of the petroleum minus the lessee's 
reasonable transportation costs for transporting the petroleum from the 
wellhead to the point at which the posted price is determined. 

(4) If no posted price has been determined for petroleum, the fair 
market value of petroleum shall be deemed to be the sale price of the 
petroleum minus the lessee's reasonable transportation costs for 
transporting the petroleum from the wellhead to the point at which the 
lessee transfers custody of the petroleum. 

(5) Subject to subsection (6), the fair market value of natural gas shall 
be deemed to be the full sale price that the lessee receives at the point at 
which the lessee transfers custody of the natural gas, without any 
deduction being made for the lessee's costs. 

(6) If the lessee does not sell the natural gas at its fair market value, 
the Minister shall determine the fair market value based on the sale price 
of similar quantities and qualities of natural gas in the same market. 

(7) No royalty is payable in respect of natural gas reasonably required 
by the lessee as fuel for the production of petroleum or natural gas from 
the land in respect of which petroleum or natural gas rights are leased. 

(8) The lessee shall accurately measure the quantity of petroleum or 
natural gas that is produced under the lease before it is combined with 
the production from other land. 

(9) The volume of natural gas produced shall be calculated at standard 
conditions of 101.324 kilopascals absolute and 15° Celsius. O. Reg. 
72/93, s. 9. 

10. — (1) If the petroleum or natural gas interests under a lease are 
within a spacing unit and all of the petroleum or natural gas interests in 
the spacing unit are pooled under an agreement combining all of the 
interests, the Crown's percentage of the production from the spacing unit 
shall equal the percentage of the area of the spacing unit that is under the 
lease. 

(2) If the land in respect of which petroleum or natural gas rights are 
leased is included in a unitization agreement, the Crown's percentage of 
the production shall be the amount allocated to the Crown according to 
the terms of the unitization agreement. 

(3) When the Crown's share of the production has been determined 
under subsection ( 1 ) or (2), the royalty payable shall be calculated under 
section 9 based on the fair market value of the Crown's percentage of the 
production. O. Reg. 72/93, s. 10. 

11. — ( 1 ) If a lessee is in default under a lease, the Minister may give 
written notice of the default to the lessee, setting out the nature of the 
default. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 73/93 
made under the 
ENERGY ACT 

Made: February 17th, 1993 
Filed: February 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 330 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Gas Pipeline Systems) 

1 . Section 1 of Regulation 330 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by adding the following definitions: 

"low frequency electric resistance welded line pipe" means a pipe 
having a welded seam for which the formed edges were heated by 
electric resistance technique using a frequency less than 1000 hertz to 
the coalescence temperature and then joined by mechanical pressure 
without the addition of extraneous metal; 

"storage gathering line" means a pipeline that carries gas to and from 
a well-head assembly of a designated storage reservoir. 

2. — (1) Subsection 2 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(I) The Standard issued by the Canadian Standards Association 
entitled Gas Pipeline Systems CAN/CSA Zl 84-M92 and the standards, 
specifications, codes and publications set out therein as reference 
publications in so far as they apply to the said Standard are, except as 
provided in subsection (3), adopted as part of this Regulation with the 
following changes: 

1 . Clause 1 .3 is amended by adding the following clause: 
(M) Digester gas or gas from landfill sites. 

2. The definition of "gas" in Clause 3 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

' 'gas' ' means any gas or mixture of gases suitable for domestic 
or industrial fuel that is conveyed to the user through a 
pipeline. 

3. Clause 4.2 is amended by adding the following clause: 

4.2. 1 . 1 Due to the reduced resistance of low frequency electric 
resistance welded line pipe to fatigue loading, such pipe 
shall not be used. 

4. Clause 5.4.2.3 is amended by deleting the Note. 

5. Clause 5.4 is amended by adding the following clause and 
Note: 

5.4.2.3. 1 No pipe having a D/t ratio greater than 105 shall be 
used in the construction of a pipeline unless the pipe 
is approved by the Director. 

Note: The designer is cautioned that susceptibility 
to flattening, buckling, and denting, increases 
with increased D/t ratio, decreased wall thick- 
ness, decreased yield strength, and combina- 
tions thereof O. Reg. 73/93, s. 2 ( 1 ). 



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(2) Subsection 2 (3) of the Regulation is revolied and the following 
substituted: 

(3) The requirements of the Standard adopted in subsection (I) 
respecting gatliering lines, offshore compressor stations and sour service 
pipelines are not adopted as part of this Regulation. O. Reg. 73/93, 
s. 2 (2). 

3. Section 9 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

9. Plastic pipe and plastic fittings that are used in a pipeline shall be 
certified by the Canadian Gas Association, the Canadian Standards 
Association, the Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada or Wamock 
Hersey Professional Services Ltd. as conforming to the CAN 3/B 1 37.4- 
92 Polyethylene Piping Systems for Gas Services. O. Reg. 73/93, s. 3. 

10/93 



CORRECTION 

L Ontario Regulation 291/91 under the Health Insurance Act 
published in Volume 1 of the Supplement. 

Items 5 and 6, as set out in section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
291/91, should have been numbered items 2 and 3. 

Items 5 and 6, as set out in section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
291/91, should have been numbered items 2 and 3. 

2. Ontario Regulation 712/92 under the Pension Benefits Act 
published in Volume 3 of the Supplement. 

Subsection (8), as set out in subsection 25 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 712/92, should have been numbered subsection 
(7.1). 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—03—13 



ONTARIO REGULATION 74/93 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 



C. A public hearing under Part V of the Environmental Protection 
Act for the approval of the expansion of the fill contours will be 
held. 



Approved: February 12th, 1993 
Filed: February 23rd, 1993 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF 

ALICE AND FRASER, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE CITY OF PEMBROKE, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE TOWNSHIP OF PETAWAWA, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE TOWNSHIP OF PEMBROKE, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE TOWNSHIP OF STAFFORD, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE TOWNSHIP OF WILBERFORCE, THE CORPORATION 

OF THE VILLAGE OF PETAWAWA, THE CORPORATION OF 

THE CFB PETAWAWA— ALIC-TP-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation of the Township of 
Alice and Fraser, the Proponent, on behalf of itself and the other 
members of the Alice and Fraser Area Sanitation Management Board 
listed above, that an undertaking, namely: 

The proposal to continue to operate the Alice & Fraser waste 
disposal site and extend the existing fill contours and operate as an 
interim measure, the existing approved Alice & Fraser Landfill Site 
located on parts of lots 23, 24, 25 and 26, Concession 1, Township 
of Alice and Fraser, County of Renfrew, for the disposal of 
domestic, commercial and non-hazardous solid industrial wastes 
with the changes as described in the application entitled "Applica- 
tion for Approval for an Interim Expansion of the Township of 
Alice and Fraser Sanitary Landfill" prepared by J. L. Richards & 
Associates Limited and Colder Associates Ltd., 

be exempt from the application of the Environmental Assessment Act 
pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Proponent that if the undertaking is 
subject to the application of the Act, the following injury, damage or 
interference with the persons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The Proponent and other members of the Alice and Fraser Area 
Sanitation Management Board, will be subject to delay and 
expense if it is required to prepare an environmental assessment 
for the undertaking. 

B. The municipalities and theirresidents will be without economic 
and secure access to a municipal solid waste disposal facility. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interference against the 
betterment of the people of the whole or any part of Ontario by the 
protection, conservation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertaking being subject to 
the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to 
order and orders that the undertaking is exempt from the application of 
the Act for the following reasons: 

A. Use of the existing landfill by the municipalities is clearly an 
interim measure for which there are no other reasonable waste 
management alternatives which can be implemented within the 
necessary time frame. 

B. Alternatives have been investigated. 



D. The Alice and Fraser Area Sanitation Management Board is 
supporting the Pembroke and Area Waste Management Master 
Plan's development of a long term waste management program. 

This exemption order is subject to the following terms and conditions: 

1 . Where any activity which otherwise would be exempt under 
this order is being carried out as or is part of an undertaking for 
which an environmental assessment has been accepted and 
approval to proceed received, the activity shall be carried out in 
accordance with any terms or conditions in the approval to 
proceed as well as the conditions of this order. 

2. Where any activity which is the subject of this order is being 
carried out as or is part of another undertaking which is the 
subject of an exemption order under the Act, the activity 
exempt under this order shall be carried out in accordance with 
any terms or conditions in the other exemption order as well as 
the conditions in this order. 

3. No waste shall be disposed of by the municipalities pursuant to 
this order after the earlier of: 

(i) five years after a Provisional Certificate of Approval for 
the waste disposal site has been issued pursuant to this 
order, and 

(ii) thecommencementofoperationsof a wastedisposal site 
pursuant to the Pembroke and Area Waste Management 
Master Plan, 

unless an application for an approval under the Environmental Assess- 
ment Act for an undertaking under the Pembroke and Area Waste 
Management Master Plan which includes a waste disposal site at which 
waste from the municipalities listed above may be disposed, has been 
submitted to the Minister under the Act, in which case, no waste shall be 
disposed of by the municipalities pursuant to this order more than one 
year after a decision is made under the Act to approve or not approve the 
undertaking. O. Reg. 74/93. 

Ruth Grier 
Minister of the Environment 

11/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 75/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 22nd, 1993 
Filed: February 24th, 1993 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER UNDER 

SECTION 4 OF THE PLANNING ACT— CONDOMINIUM 

PLANS— THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of the Minister under 
section 50 of the Condominium Act is hereby delegated to the council of 



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The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk in respect of land 
situate in the regional municipality. O. Reg. 75/93, s. 1. 

2. The delegation made in section 1 does not apply to, 

(a) any application for approval or exemption of a description 
received by the Minister before the day this Order comes into 
force; or 

(b) any matter referred to in subsections 51 (20), (21) and (22) of 
the Planning Act, unless the matter relates to land that is within 
a draft plan approved by the council under subsection 51 (13) 
of the Act. O. Reg. 75/93, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The council, in exercising the authority delegated by section 
1, shall comply with the following conditions: 

1 . The council shall adopt an application form that is approved by 
the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for the receipt of applications 
under subsection 51 ( 1 ) of the Act. 

2. The council shall assign to each application received a file 
number consisting of the appropriate code used by the Ministry 
of Municipal Affairs, the letters "CDM", the last two figures 
of the year in which the application is received and a number 
corresponding to the order in which the application is received, 
commencing with " 50 1 " , and a new series of numbers shall be 
commenced each year. 

3. If the council decides to confer, as referred to in subsection 
51 (3) of the Act, in respect of an application for approval of a 
description, the council shall send a copy of the application and 
of the draft plan to which it relates to such officials, commis- 
sions, authorities and other persons as the council considers 
appropriate. 

4. If the council decides not to confer in respect of an application 
for approval of a description, the council shall send notice in 
writing to the applicant giving the reasons why it has decided 
not to confer. 

5. In conferring, the council shall allow sixty days for the making 
of written comments in respect of the application, commencing 
from the date that a copy of the application is sent to the party 
conferred with, but the time for making comments may be 
extended by the council if it is satisfied that there is good reason 
to do so. 



Parts approved and 

Part exempted under section 50 of the 

Condominium Act and section 5 1 of the Planning Act by the 
council of the 



this 



day of . 



.,19. 



9. If the final plan is to be registered under the Land Titles Act, the 
council shall not approve the final plan for registration until the 
examiner of surveys appointed under the Land Titles Act has 
advised that the plan is acceptable for registration. 

10. The original of the final plan as approved together with all 
copies required for registration under the Registry Act or the 
Land Titles Act, as the case may be, shall be forwarded by the 
council to the appropriate land registry office. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Order is not terminated 
by reason only that the council has failed to comply with a condition set 
out in subsection (1). O. Reg. 75/93, s. 3. 

4. If the council proposes to, in turn, delegate to a committee of 
council or an appointed officer under subsection 5 ( 1 ) of the Act any of 
the authority delegated by section 1, the council shall give notice to the 
Minister of the proposed delegating by-law not later than thirty days 
before the date that the proposed delegating by-law is to be passed. 
O. Reg. 75/93, s. 4. 

5. This Order comes into force on tlie 1st day of March, 1993. 

Ed Philip 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of February, 1993. 

11/93 



6. If the council has not given or refused approval to an applica- 
tion for approval of a description or for exemption of a descrip- 
tion or part thereof within ninety days of receipt of the applica- 
tion, the council shall immediately provide the applicant with 
a report on the status of the application. 

7. If the council gives approval to a draft plan under subsection 
51 ( 1 3) of the Planning Act and section 50 of the Condominium 
Act, the approval shall be shown on the draft plan in the 
following form: 

Subject to the conditions, if any, set forth in our letter dated 

, 19 this draft plan is approved 

under section 5 1 of the Planning Act and section 50 of the 



Condominium Act, this day of. 



19. 



If the council gives approval to a final plan under subsection 
51 (20) of the Planning Act and section 50 of the Condominium 
Act, the approval shall be shown on the final plan in the 
following form: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 76/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 22nd, 1993 
Filed: Febniary 24th, 1993 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER UNDER 

SECTION 4 OF THE PLANNING ACT— SUBDIVISION 

PLANS— THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK 

1. Subject to sections 2 and 3, all authority of the Minister under 
section 5 1 of the Act is hereby delegated to the council of The Regional 
Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk in respect of land situate in the 
regional municipality. O. Reg. 76/93, s. I. 

2. The delegation made in section I does not apply to, 

(a) any application for approval under subsection 51 ( 1 ) of the Act 
or a predecessor thereof received by the Minister before the day 
this Order comes into force; or 

(b) any matter referred to in subsections 5 1 (20), (2 1 ) and (22) of 
the Act, unless the matter relates to land that is within a draft 



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plan approved by the council under subsection 51 (13) of the 
Act. O. Reg. 76/93, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The council, in exercising the authority delegated by section 
1, shall comply with the following conditions: 

1 . The council shall adopt an application form that is approved by 
the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for the receipt of applications 
under subsection 51 (1) of the Act. 

2. The council shall assign to each application received a file 
number consisting of the appropriate code used by the Ministry 
of Municipal Affairs, the letter "T", the last two figures of the 
year in which the application is received and a number corres- 
ponding to the order in which the application is received, 
commencing with ' '501 ", and a new series of numbers shall be 
commenced each year. 

3. The council shall send one copy of each application received by 
the council and one copy of the draft plan that is the subject of 
the application to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs not later 
than ten days after the receipt of the completed application. 

4. If the council decides to confer, as referred to in subsection 
5 1 (3) of the Act, in respect of an application, the council shall 
send to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs a list of the officials 
of municipalities and ministries of the public service, commis- 
sions, authorities or other persons conferred with or to be 
conferred with on the application, and shall send a copy of the 
application and of the draft plan to which it relates to such 
officials of municipalities and ministries of the public service, 
commissions, authorities and other persons as the Minister may 
direct. 



12. If a matter is referred to the Municipal Board under subsection 
51 ( 1 5) or ( 1 7) of the Act, the council shall notify the applicant 
and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 

13. If the council gives approval to a draft plan under subsection 
51 ( 1 3) of the Act, the approval shall be shown on the draft plan 
in the following form: 

Subject to the conditions, if any, set forth in our letter dated 

, 19 this draft plan is approved 

under section 51 of the Planning Act this day of 

,19 



14. 



15. 



If, after approval of a draft plan and before approval of a final 
plan, the council varies substantially any condition of the draft 
plan or withdraws its approval of the draft plan, the council 
shall send notice thereof within fifteen days to all parties that 
were sent notice under paragraph 10. 

If the council gives approval to a final plan under subsection 
5 1 (20) of the Act, the approval shall be shown on the final plan 
in the following form: 



Approved under section 51 of the Planning Act this . 
day of ,19 



5. If the council decides not to confer in respect of an application, 
the council shall send notice in writing to the applicant and the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs, giving the reasons why it has 
decided not to confer. 

6. If an application is withdrawn, the council shall send notice, in 
writing, to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs giving the reason 
or reasons why the application was withdrawn, if known. 

7. If an application is revised or altered, a copy of the revised or 
altered application shall be sent to the applicant and the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 

8. In conferring, as referred to in paragraph 4, the council shall 
allow sixty days for the making of written comments in respect 
of the application for approval, commencing from the date that 
a copy of the application is sent to the party conferred with, but 
the time for making comments may be extended by the council 
where the council is satisfied that there is good reason to do so. 

9. If the council has not given or refused approval of an applica- 
tion within ninety days of receipt of the application, the council 
shall immediately provide the applicant and the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs with a report on the status of the application. 

10. If the council gives approval or proposes to refuse to give 
approval to a draft plan under subsection 51 ( 1 3) or ( 1 4) of the 
Act, the council shall send notice to the applicant, the Ministry 
of Municipal Affairs and any other person or agency that has 
requested notification, and where approval is given to a draft 
plan, the notice shall be accompanied by a copy of the draft 
plan and of the conditions imposed on the approval. 

11. If land that is the subject of an application is affected by a 
proposed amendment to an official plan incorporating policies 
and designations relating to the land, the council shall not make 
any decision concerning the application until the amendment to 
the official plan has been approved or not approved by the 
Minister or the Municipal Board, as the case may be. 



16. If the final plan is to be registered undtr the Land Tilles Act, the 
council shall not approve the final plan for registration until the 
examiner of surveys appointed under the Land Titles Act has 
advised that the plan is acceptable for registration. 

17. The original of the final plan, as approved, together with all 
copies required for registration under the Registry Act or the 
Land Titles Act, as the case may be, shall be forwarded by the 
council to the appropriate land registry office. 

1 8. The council shall forward one copy of each final plan approved 
for registration to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 

(2) The director of the plans administration branch (central and 
southwest) of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs may waive in writing 
any requirement imposed by paragraph 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 14 or 18 in so 
far as it applies to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs. 

(3) The delegation of authority set out in this Order is not terminated 
by reason only that a council has failed to comply with a condition set 
out in subsection (1). O. Reg. 76/93, s. 3. 

4. If the council proposes to, in turn, delegate under subsection 5(1) 
of the Act any of the authority delegated by section 1 of this Order, the 
council shall give notice to the Minister of the proposed delegating by- 
law not later than thirty days before the date that the proposed delegating 
by-law is to be passed. O. Reg. 76/93, s. 4. 

5. This Order comes into force on the 1st day of March, 1993. 

Ed Philip 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of February, 1993. 

11/93 



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O. Reg. 78/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 77/93 

made under the 

RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS ACT 

Made: January 16th, 1993 

Approved: February 24th, 1993 

Filed: February 24th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 985 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection 4 (1) of Regulation 985 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as amended by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
738/91, is further amended by striking out "$60" in the last line and 
substituting "$120". 

(2) Subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation, as amended by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$100" in the sixth line and substituting "$170", by striking out 
"$60" in the sixth line and substituting "$120" and by striking out 
"$350" in the last line and substituting "$530". 

2. — (1) Subsection 6 (1) of the Regulation, as amended by section 

4 of Ontario Regulation 378/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$60" in the last line and substituting "$120". 

(2) Subsection 6 (2) of the Regulation, as amended by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$100" in the fifth line and substituting "$170", by striking out 
"$60" in the sixth line and substituting "$120" and by striking out 
"$350" in the last line and substituting "$530". 

3. — (1) Clause 7 (2) (a) of the Regulation, as amended by section 

5 of Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$60" in the last line and substituting "$120". 

(2) Clause 7 (2) (b) of the Regulation, as amended by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$110" in the last line and substituting "$170". 

4. — (1) Clause 8 (1) (b) of the Regulation, as amended by section 

6 of Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$100" in the first line and substituting "$170", by striking out 
"$60" in the second line and substituting "$120" and by striking 
out "$350" in the last line and substituting "$530". 

(2) Clause 8 (2) (c) of the Regulation, as amended by section 6 of 



Ontario Regulation 738/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$60" in the first line and substituting "$120". 

Board of Radiological Technicians: 

J. V. Morgan 
Chair 

Sharon Saberton 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of January, 1993. 

11/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 78/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 12th, 1993 
Filed: February 25th, 1993 

AmendingO. Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of 

Manitoulin, Geographic townships of 

Campbell, Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

162. — (1) Despite subsections 5 (2) and (3), two guest cabins, each 
having a gross floor area not exceeding 30 square metres, may be 
erected, located and used on the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to the parcel of land in the District of 
Manitoulin, being Parcel 637 and being composed of Summer Resort 
Location Island T.P. 1949 in McGregor Bay of Georgian Bay as shown 
on Plan of Survey by T.J. Patten, Ontario Land Surveyor, dated 1916, 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Manitoulin (No. 31). O. Reg. 78/93, s. 1. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 1 2th day of February, 1993. 

11/93 



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O. Reg. 80/93 649 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—05—20 



ONTARIO REGULATION 79/93 

made under the 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: February 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 1st, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 481/73 

(County of Halton (now part of 

the regional municipalities of Halton and Peel), 

Town of Oakville (now part of the towns of 

Halton Hills, Milton, Oakville and the City of Mississauga)) 

I. Section 86 of Ontario Regulation 481/73, as made by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 659/88, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

86. — ( 1 ) Despite section 4, the buildings or structures that existed on 
the lands described in subsection (3) on the 1st day of September, 1988 
may be joined together and enlarged and may be used as an educational 
institution, the main purpose of which is the provision of instruction to 
at least five pupils in any of the subjects of the elementary or secondary 
school courses of study that are prescribed under the Education Act and 
uses, buildings and structures accessory thereto are also permitted. 

(2) The requirements for the buildings and structures permitted by 
subsection (I) are as follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Minimum floor area 
i. one storey 

ii. one and one-half storeys 

iii. two storeys 

Maximum building height 

Minimum front yard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Maximum percentage of lot to be 
covered by buildings or structures 



2,787 square metres 

45.5 metres 

88 square metres 

102 square metres 

116 square metres 

10.5 metres 

5 metres 

13.5 metres 

12 metres 

1 1 per cent 



(3) Subsections ( I ) and (2) apply to that parcel of land formerly in the 
Town of Oakville in The Regional Municipality of Halton, now in the 
Town of Halton Hills and the Town of Oakville in The Regional 
Municipality of Halton and in the City of Mississauga in The Regional 
Municipality of Peel, being the designated lands shown on maps 3, 4, 6 
and 7 in lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 3 1 , 32, 33, 34 and 35 in Concession 1, south 
of Dundas Street, excepting those parts of Lot 5 described as follows: 

Premising that the northeasterly limit of the road allowance between lots 
5 and 6 in Concession I, south of Dundas Street, Ninth Line, has an 
astronomic bearing of north 44°50'20" west as shown on a Plan of 
Expropriation filed in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Halton (No. 20) as Number 475-Misc. and relating all bearings herein 
thereto; 



Beginning at a point in the interior of Lot 5 which may be located by 
beginning at the most southerly angle of Lot 5; 

Thence north 44°50'20" west along the northeasterly limit of the Ninth 
Line 339.97 feet; 

Thence north 38°32'20" east 52.35 feet to the place of beginning being 
an angle in Plan 475-Misc.; 

Thence south 44°50'20" east along the limit of Plan 475-Misc., 21 1.28 
feet to an angle therein; 

Thence continuing along the limit of the Plan north 86°46'20" east, 66.4 1 
feet to an angle therein; 

Thence continuing along the limit of the Plan north 38°22'50" east, 
136.91 feet to an angle therein; 

Thence continuing along the limit of the Plan north 42°9'45" east, 1 76.60 
feet to an angle therein; 

Thence continuing along the limit of the Plan north 39°19'24" east, 
234.16 feet to an angle therein; 

Thence north 45°27'50" west, 274.91 feet, more or less, to a point in a 
line drawn on a course of north 38°32'20" east from the place of 
beginning; 

Thence south 38°32'20" west, 545.89 feet, more or less, to the place of 
beginning. O. Reg. 79/93, s. 1. 



Diana Linn Jardine 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of February, 1993. 
12/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 80/93 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: February 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 1st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1012ofR.R.O. 1990 

(Definitions by Minister, 

Exemptions, Forms and Rebates) 

1. Paragraph 3 of subsection 14 (3) ofReguiation 1012 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

3. A public utility commission, transportation commission, public 
library board, board of park management, board of health, 
police services board, planning board or any other board, 
commission, committee, body or local authority established or 
exercising any power or authority under any Act with respect 
to any of the affairs or purposes of a municipality or two or 
more municipalities or parts thereof. 



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2. This Regulation conies into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 



O. Reg. 82/93 



Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of February, 1993. 
12/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 81/93 

made under the 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: February 26th, 1993 
Filed: March 2nd, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 473/73 
(Regional Municipality of York, Town of Markham) 

1. Ontario Regulation 473/73 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

83. — ( 1 ) Despite section 4, one single dwelling per lot, together with 
accessory buildings and structures, may be erected, located and used on 
the lands described in subsection (2) if the following requirements are 
met: 



Minimum lot frontage 

Minimum lot area 

Minimum yard setbacks: 
front yard 
side yard 
rear yard 

Maximum gross floor area 

Maximum height 



38 metres 
0.4 hectares 



7.5 metres 
3 metres 
7.5 metres 

460 square metres 

10.7 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the Town of 
Markham in The Regional Municipality of York, being that Part of Lot 
8 on Registered Plan No. 2196, designated as Part 2 on Reference Plan 
65R- 15687 deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of York Region (No. 65). O. Reg. 8 1/93, s. 1 . 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of February, 1993. 

12/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 82/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 24th, 1993 
Filed: March 4th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, 

Geographic townships of Campbell, Dawson, 

Mills and Robinson) 

1. — (1) Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 672/81, as amended by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 41/92, is further amended by adding 
the following derinition: 



4. 1 "converted dwelling" means a building altered to contain more 
than one dwelling unit; 

(2) Paragraph 22a of section 1 of the Regulation, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 537/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

22.1 "mobile home" means a dwelling unit that is designed to be 
made mobile and constructed or manufactured as a permanent 
residence but does not include a recreational vehicle, travel 
trailer, tent trailer or other trailer, 

22.2 "personal services shop" means a store providing personal 
services and includes stores providing hairdressing, shoe repair, 
dry cleaning or laundering; 

(3) Section 1 of the Regulation is further amended by adding the 
following dennitions: 

27.1 "restaurant" does not include a drive-in restaurant; 

27.2 "restaurant, take-out" means an establishment in which meals 
are sold to the public, but no place for consumption of the food 
is provided; 



28.1 "semi-detached dwelling" means a building that is divided 
vertically into two dwelling units each of which has an indepen- 
dent entrance either directly or through a common hallway; 

28.2 "service or repair shop" means a store in which articles, goods 
or materials are serviced, repaired or rented; 

2. — (1) Section 4 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 

"52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and 57" in the sixth line and substituting "54, 55, 
56, 57, 165, 166 and 167". 

(2) The Table to section 4 is amended by adding the following 
zones: 



Hamlet Residential 
Institutional 
Core Commercial 
Hamlet Industrial 



HR 

I 

CI 

MH 



3. The Table to section 17 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding to Column 1 "Dwelling unit in a non-residential building" 
and to Column 2 "One parking space per dwelling unit". 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Parts: 

PART III.l 
HAMLET RESIDENTIAL ZONES 

27.1 ThisPartappliestoHamletResidentialZones. O.Reg. 82/93, 
s. 4, part. 

27.2 Every use of land and every erection or use of buildings or 
structures is prohibited except residential and recreational uses as 
follows: 

1. Single dwellings. 

2. Semi-detached dwellings. 

3. Duplex dwellings. 

4. Converted dwellings. 

5. Home occupations. 



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6. Paries. 

7. Playgrounds. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, parf. 



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Minimum side yard 



113 — (1) Requirements for principal residential use buildings and 
structures are established as follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 

Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



1,858.0 square metres 

30.0 metres 

30 per cent 

7.5 metres 

3.0 metres on one side 

and 
1 .5 metres on the other side 

7.5 metres 

9.0 metres 



(2) The minimum floor area of a dwelling unit in a converted 
dwelling is 55 square metres. 

27.4 Travel trailers shall not be stored in any yard other than the rear 
yard. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.5 No building or structure shall be located in a side yard or reeu 
yard within 7.5 metres of a street. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

PART III.2 
CORE COMMERCIAL ZONES 

27.6 This Part applies to Core Commercial Zones. O. Reg. 82/93, 
s. 'I, part. 

27.7 — (1) Every use of land and every erection and use of buildings 
and structures is prohibited except commercial uses as follows: 

1. Gift shops. 

2. Personal service shops. 

3. Service or repair shops. 

4. Retail stores. 

5. Restaurants. 

6. Restaurants, take-out. 

7. Automobile service stations. 

8. Business or professional offices. 

9. Hotels and motels. 

(2) A dwelling unit as an accessory use may be located in a principal 
commercial use building or structure, other than a building or structure 
used as an automobile service station, if the criteria as set out in section 
8 are met. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.8 — ( 1 ) Requirements for principal buildings and structures except 
automobile service stations are established as follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 



1,858.0 square metres 
30.0 metres 
50 per cent 
7.5 metres 



Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



651 

3.0 metres on one side 

and 
1.5 metres on the other side 

7.5 metres 

9.0 metres 



(2) Requirements for automobile service stations are established as 
follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



1,858.0 square metres 
38.0 metres 
25 per cent 
15.5 metres 

6.0 metres 

7.5 metres 

9.0 metres 



(3) No building or structure shall be located in a side or rear yard 
within 7.5 metres of a street. 

(4) Outside storage is prohibited in yards being used for a commercial 
use which abut residential use lots. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.9 Gasoline pumps of an automobile service station may be 
located in the front yard, but not within 4.5 metres of the front lot line; 
where a side or rear yard of any automobile service station abuts a street, 
the gasoline pumps may be located in the side or rear yard if they are 
located at least 4.5 jnetres from the side or rear lot line. O. Reg. 82/93, 
s. 4, part. 

27.10 Travel trailers shall not be stores in any yard other than the 
rear yard. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.11 No building or structure shall be located in a side yard or rear 
yard within 7.5 metres of a street. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

PART nij 
INSTITUTIONAL ZONES 

27.12 This Part applies to Institutional Zones. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, 
part. 

27.13 — (1) Every use of land and every erection and use of buildings 
and structures is prohibited except institutional uses as follows: 

1. Auditoriums. 

2. Churches. 

3. Medical clinics. 

4. Fireballs. 

5. Post offices. 

6. Public halls with ancillary office space. 

(2) A dwelling unit as an accessory use may be located in a principal 
institutional use building or structure if the criteria as set out in section 
8 are met. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.14 Requirements for institutional buildings and structures are 
established as follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 



1,858.0 square metres 
30.0 metres 



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Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



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30 per cent 



O. Reg. 83/93 



7.5 metres 
3.0 metres 
7.5 metres 
9.0 metres 

O.Reg. 82/93, s. 4, parf. 

27.15 Travel trailers shall not be stored in any yard other than the 
rear yard. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.16 No building or structure shall be located in a side yard or rear 
yard within 7.5 metres of a street. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

PART III.4 
HAMLET INDUSTRIAL ZONES 

27.17 This Part applies to Hamlet Industrial Zones. O. Reg.82/93, 
s. 4, part. 

27.18 — (1) Every use of land and every erection and use of buildings 
and structures is prohibited except industrial uses as follows: 

1 . Welding shops. 

2. Building supply outlets. 

3. Wood working establishments. 

(2) A dwelling unit as an accessory use may be located in a principal 
industrial use building or structure if the criteria as set out in section 8 
are met. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, par/. 

27.19 Requirements for principal industrial use buildings and 
structures are established as follows: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Maximum height 



1,858.0 square metres 
30.0 metres 
50 per cent 
7.5 metres 
6.0 metres 
7.5 metres 
9.0 metres 

O.Reg. 82/93, s. 4, parr. 



27.20 Travel trailers shall not be stored in any yard other than the 
rear yard. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

27.21 No building or structure shall be located in a side yard or rear 
yard within 7.5 metres of a street. O. Reg. 82/93, s. 4, part. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 24th day of February, 1993. 
12/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 83/93 

made under the 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Made: February 10th, 1993 

Approved: March 3rd, 1993 

Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 127/92 
(Grants Relating to Pre-Intemship Programs) 

1. Subsection 2 (3) of Ontario Regulation 127/92, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 362/92, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) The grant shall not exceed $ 1 ,378,826 and is for the period from 
the 1st day of April, 1992 to the 31st day of March, 1993. O. Reg. 
83/93, s. 1. 

2. The Schedule to the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 362/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule 

Grants for residencies and internships for persons who have 
completed pre-intemship programs 

Period: April 1 , 1 992 to March 3 1 , 1 993 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Group 


Grants for persons 


Grants for persons 




each of whom has 


each of whom has 




completed a pre- 


completed a pre- 




intemship program 


intemship program 
and an internship 


University of 






Ottawa Group 


$ 166,228 


$ 79,714 


McMaster 






University Group 


110,743 


110,629 


Queen's 






University Group 


166,866 


64,027 


University of 






Toronto Group 


649,083 


408,533 


University of 






Western Ontario 






Group 


152,613 


124,113 




$1,245,533 


$787,016 



O. Reg. 83/93, s. 2. 

Ruth Grif.r 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of February, 
12/93 



1993. 



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O. Reg. 86/93 653 



ONTARIO REGULATION 84/93 

made under the 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Made: February 10th, 1993 

Approved: March 3rd, 1993 

Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 363/92 
(Grants for Internships) 

1. The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 363/92 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Schedule 

Grants for internship programs 

Number of positions: up to 610 

Period: April 1, 1992 to March 31, 1993 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Group 


Grant 


University of Ottawa Group 
McMaster University Group 
Queen's University Group 
University of Toronto Group 
University of Western Ontario Group 


$ 3,564,250 

3,153,741 

2,164,134 

13,291,713 

3,347,059 



O. Reg. 84/93, s. 1. 

Ruth Grier 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of February, 1993. 
12/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 85/93 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsection 3 (8) of Regulation 868 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(8) For the purposes of clause 6 (2) (a) of the Act, the dispensing fee 
the Minister shall pay to a pharmacy operated in a hospital approved as 
a public hospital under the Public Hospitals Act for dispensing a listed 
drug product for an eligible person is $3. O. Reg. 85/93, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
thelstdayof July, 1987. 

12/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/93 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Section 23 of Regulation 552 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. Subsections 38 (6), (8), (9) and (10) of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections 
immediately before the heading preceding section 39: 

38 J — ( 1 ) For the purposes of this section, a claim is in an acceptable 
machine readable form if the information constituting the claim is in a 
form, acceptable to the General Manager, that is capable of being read 
by a machine. 

(2) The following claims must be in acceptable machine readable 
form: 

1. A claim for the cost of an insured service rendered by a 
physician, practitioner or health facility if the physician, 
practitioner or health facility was not assigned an Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan identification number before the 1st day 
of January, 1993. 

2. A claim for the cost of a laboratory service that is an insured 
service under section 22 if the claim was received on or after 
the 13th day of April, 1993. 

(3) For a claim for the cost of insured services rendered by a 
physician, practitioner or health facility that is not required to be 
submitted in an acceptable machine readable form, a processing fee is 
payable under the regulations under the Interpretation Act if the claim 
is received after the 13th day of July, 1993 and it is not submitted in an 
acceptable machine readable form. O. Reg. 86/93, s. 3, part. 

38.4 — ( 1 ) Claims for services provided in a hospital or health facility 
must include the Ontario Health Insurance Plan identification number of 
the hospital or facility. 

(2) Claims for laboratory. X-ray and other diagnostic procedures must 
include the Ontario Health Insurance Plan identification number of the 
referring physician. 

(3) Claims for consultations must include the Ontario Health 
Insurance Plan identification number of the referring physician. 
O.Reg. 86/93, s. 3, parf. 

38.5 It is a condition for payment for insured services rendered in 
Ontario in a health facility that the account for the insured services be 
submitted to the General Manager not later than six months after the 
insured services are rendered. O. Reg. 86/93, s. 3, part. 

4. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of January, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 87/93 

made under the 

INTERPRETATION ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 678 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Fees Payable Under Various Acts) 

1. Regulation 678 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

Health Insurance Act 



(4.1) Despite subsection (4), a traffic control signal system installed 
at an intersection on a trial basis for the sole purpose of controlling 
pedestrians crossing a roadway shall have, only at the crossing, two 
traffic control signals facing only the directions from which traffic on the 
roadway approaches the crossing. O. Reg. 88/93, s. 1. 

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2.1— ( 1 ) A fee for processing a claim for the cost of insured services 
under the Health Insurance Act is payable in the circumstances described 
in subsection 38.3 (3) of Regulation 552 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990. 

(2) The fee is 50 cents and it is payable by the physician, practitioner 
or health facility that rendered the insured services. 

(3) The fee shall be paid to the General Manager of the Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan. O. Reg. 87/93, s. 1 . 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 88/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 5th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 626 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Traffic Control Signal Systems) 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 626 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is amended by adding the following subsection: 



CORRECTIONS 

1. Regulation 639 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 under 
the Hospital Labour Disputes Arbitration Act. 

The last line of Form 5 should have read as follows: 



(signature of respondent) 

Regulation 708 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 under 
the Law Society Act. 

1. "to practice" in the third line of the definition of "certificate 
of good standing" in subsection 3 (2) should have read "to 
practise". 

2. "his or her" in the third line of subsection 9 (3) should have 
read "their". 

3. Thereference "subsection (4a)" in the fourth line of subsection 
23 (6) should have read "subsection (5)". 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1993—03—27 



ONTARIO REGULATION 89/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: June 12, 1991 
Filed: March 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 687 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
32/93, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

39. That portion of the City of London described as follows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the westerly widened limit 
of Adelaide Street South with the southerly widened limit of 
Commissioners Road; 

Thence northerly along the said limit of Adelaide Street South 
to the southerly limit of Thompson Road; 

Thence westerly along the said limit of Thompson Road to the 
westerly limit of Brookside Street; 

Thence northerly along the said limit of Brookside Street to the 
southerly limit of Terrace Street; 

Thence easterly along the said limit of Terrace Street to the 
westerly widened limit of Adelaide Street; 

Thence northerly along the said limit of Adelaide Street to the 
southerly limit of Nelson Street; 

Thence easterly along the said limit of Nelson Street to the 
westerly limit of Lansdowne Avenue; 

Thence southerly along the said limit of Lansdowne Avenue to 
the southerly widened limit of Trafalgar Street; 

Thence easterly along the said limit of Trafalgar Street to the 
westerly widened limit of Highbury Street; 

Thence southerly along the said limit of Highbury Street to the 
southerly limit of the Thames River; 

Thence southeasterly along the said limit of the Thames River 
to the westerly widened limit of Meadowlily Road; 

Thence southerly along the said limit of Meadowlily Road to 
the southerly widened limit of Commissioners Road; 

Thence westerly along the said limit of Commissioners Road to 
the point of commencement. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 90/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: July 22nd, 1992 
Filed: March 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 687 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Automated Recording and Property Mapping) 

1. Section lof Regulation 687 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
89/93, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 

40. Those portions of the Township of Harwich, the Township of 
Raleigh and the City of Chatham described as follows: 

Commencing at the intersection of the southeasterly widened 
limit of County Road 14 and the southwesterly widened limit 
of County Road 10: 

Thence northwesterly along that limit of County Road 1 to the 
southeasterly widened limit of Indian Creek Road East; 

Thence northeasterly along that limit of Indian Creek Road East 
to the southwesterly widened limit of Creek Road; 

Thence northwesterly along that limit of Creek Road to the 
southeasterly widened limit of Park Avenue East; 

Thence northeasterly along that limit of Park Avenue East and 
the southeasterly limit of the road allowance between Conces- 
sions 1 and 2 R.T.S. to the southwesterly limit of Lot 6, 
Concession 1 R.T.S. ; 

Thence northwesterly along that limit of Lot 6 to the easterly 
widened limit of Park Avenue East; 

Thence northeasterly along that limit of Park Avenue East to 
the southwesterly widened limit of County Road 30; 

Thence northwesterly along that limit of County Road 30 to the 
easterly limit of the Thames River; 

Thence northeasterly along that limit of the Thames River to 
the southwesterly widened limit of County Road 15; 

Thence southeasterly along that limit of County Road 1 5 to the 
southeasterly widened limit of the road allowance between 
Concession 6 R.T.S. and Concession 13 L.E.S.; 

Thence southwesterly along that limit of the road allowance and 
continuing southwesterly along the southeasterly widened limit 
of the road allowance between Concession 6 R.T.S. and 
Concessions 1 and 2 E.C.R. to the southeasterly widened limit 
of County Road 14; 

Thence southeasterly, northwesterly and southeasterly along 
that limit of County road 14 to the point of commencement. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 91/93 

made under the 
ARCHITECTS ACT 

Made: December 7th, 1992 

Approved: March 3rd, 1993 

Filed: March 9th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 27 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsection 25 (1) of Regulation 27 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following substituted: 

(1) Associates are persons who are appointed as associates by the 
Registrar, have paid the annual fees prescribed by the by-laws and, 

(a) are resident outside Ontario and have resigned their member- 
ships in the Association; 

(b) are eligible for appointment as retired members; or 

(c) have resigned their memberships in the Association and, due to 
special circumstances, merit the status of associates. O. Reg. 
91A»3, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 26 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) Graduate associates are persons who are of good character, have 
paid the annual fees prescrit)ed by the by-laws, have complied with the 
academic requirements specified in the regulations for the issuance of a 
licence and are appointed as graduate associates by the Registrar. 
O.Reg. 91/93,5.2. 

3. Subsection 27 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( I ) Student associates are persons who are of good character, have 
paid the annual fees prescribed by the by-laws, are enrolled in Canada 
in faculties, schools or departments of architecture or other courses of 
study that are considered by the Council to be equivalent to such 
faculties, schools or departments and are appointed as student associates 
by the Registrar. O. Reg. 91/93, s. 3. 

4. Subsection 30 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) Retired members are persons who have resigned their member- 
ships in the Association, have paid the annual fees prescribed by the by- 
laws and are appointed as retired members by the Registrar. O. Reg. 
91/93,5.4. 

5. — (1) Paragraph 28 of section 42 of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

28. Failing to co-operate with the Association with respect to a 
claim made under the indemnity plan. 

28.1 Failing to co-operate with the Association with respect to any 
matter arising from an application to acquire, renew oi^be 
exempted from coverage under the indemnity plan or with 
respect to the calculation, payment or remittance of premiums 
or levies under the indemnity plan. 

28.2 Failing to co-operate with the Association with respect to the 
practice review program. 

(2) Paragraphs 40 and 41 of section 42 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

40. Knowingly employing a former member whose licence or 
temporary licence has been revoked or engaging in the practice 
of architecture with such person. 



41. Knowingly employing a member whose licence or temporary 
licence is under suspension or engaging in the practice of 
architecture with such person. 

(3) Paragraph 42 of section 42 is revoked. 

6. Clause 47 (3) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(d) be under the personal supervision and direction of a member, 
but no member shall supervise and direct more than one office 
or an office that is more than 160 kilometres from his or her 
principal residence. 

7. Section 48 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

48. — (1) Unless exempted by this section, every member of the 
Association and every holder shall participate in the indemnity plan and 
shall obtain from the indemnity plan an indemnity of not less than 
$250,000 for each claim against the member or holder. 

(2) Subject to subsections (5) and (6), every member who is an 
employee of any of the following employers is exempt, but only in the 
member's capacity as an employee, from the requirements of clauses 
40 (1) (a) and (b) of the Act: 

1 . Her Majesty in right of Ontario or any agent thereof. 

2. Her Majesty in right of Canada or any agent thereof. 

3. A board or a private school, both as defined in the Education 
Act. 

4. A municipality, including a regional, district or metropolitan 
municipality or the County of Oxford. 

5. A sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation that does not 
hold a certificate of practice, a certificate of practice issued 
under section 23 of the Act or a temporary licence. 

(3) Subject to subsections (5), (6) and (7), the following are exempt 
from the requirements of clause 40 (1) (b) of the Act: 

1 . Every holder of a certificate of practice issued under subsection 
14 (2) or 15 (2) or section 18 or 19 of the Act. 

2. Everyholderofacertificateof practiceissuedundersection 16 
of the Act if one or more of the corporate partners holds a 
certificate of authorization and meets the requirements of 
clauses 14 (2) (b) and (c) of the Act. 

3 . Every holder of a certificate of practice issued under section 23 
of the Act. 

4. Every holder of a temporary licence. 

5. Every holder of a certificate of practice who does not maintain 
an office in Ontario and who maintains an office outside 
Ontario. 

6. Every holder of a certificate of practice who maintains one or 
more offices in Ontario and one or more offices outside 
Ontario, but only with respect to architectural services per- 
formed by the holder from or out of an office outside of 
Ontario. 

7. Every member who is an employee of a holder described in the 
preceding paragraphs, but only in the member's capacity as an 
employee. 

(4) Every holder referred to in subsection (3) and every member who 
is an employee of such a holder must be insured against errors and 
omissions arising out of the performance or non-performance of 
architectural services under a professional liability insurance policy. 



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(a) 



with a liability limit of not less than $250,000 for each claim; 
and 



(b) with a deductible of not more than $100,000 for each claim. 

(5) Every holder shall file with the general manager of the indemnity 
plan an application to participate in the indemnity plan, an application 
for renewal of participation in the indemnity plan or an application for 
an exemption from participation in the indemnity plan, in the form 
provided by the general manager, but no member who is an employee of 
a holder is required to file a separate application. 

(6) The application required under subsection (5) shall be filed, as the 
case may be, 

(a) together with an application to become a holder; 

(b) before the date on which the holder's existing coverage under 
the indemnity plan expires; or 

(c) before the date on which the holder's existing coverage under 
a professional liability insurance policy expires. 

(7) Every member or holder who is exempted under subsection (3) 
shall file proof of the insurance required under subsection (4) at the time 
of filing an application for an exemption and once each year thereafter, 
before the date on which the holder's coverage under a professional 
liability insurance coverage expires, but no member who is an employee 
of a holder is required to file separate proof. O. Reg. 91/93, s. 7. 

8. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

52. — (1) The Association shall establish and conduct a practice 
review program related to the practice of architecture, including a 
program for the inspection of records, other than financial records, of its 
members and holders. 

(2) The practice review program shall be administered by a Practice 
Review Committee, which shall be established and appointed by the 
Council. 

(3) The Practice Review Committee may appoint members of the 
Association or persons who are licensed to practise architecture outside 
Ontario as practice reviewers for the purposes of the practice review 
program. 

(4) Every holder and every member shall fully co-operate with the 
Practice Review Committee and the practice reviewers in the administra- 
tion and operation of the practice review program. 

(5) The co-operation required of a holder or member includes, 

(a) filing a questionnaire in the form provided and within the time 
required by the Practice Review Committee; 

(b) permitting a practice reviewer to enter, inspect and view any 
office from which the holder or member carries on the practice 
of architecture; 

(c) answering the practice reviewer's questions; 

(d) providing the practice reviewer with any records, other than 
financial records, or information that he or she may request; and 

(e) permitting the practice reviewer to examine the books, records, 
accounts and files, other than financial records, that are required 
to be kept by the holder under clause 47 (2) (b). 

(6) The Practice Review Committee shall, 

(a) report annually to the Council on the administration and 
operation of the practice review program; 

(b) make recommendations to holders or members relating to their 
practice of architecture, including their record-keeping; and 



(c) monitor the implementation of all recommendations to holders 
and members by means of subsequent practice reviews. 

(7) Nothing in this section shall authorize the inspection of the books, 
records, accounts and files of a holder of a certificate of practice who is 
also a holder of a general certificate of authorization unless such an 
inspection is recommended by the Joint Practice Board. O. Reg.91/93, 

s. 8. 

Made by the Council on thé^Tth day of December, 1992. 

Council of the Ontario Association of Architects: 

Ellis Gelea Kirkland 
President 



Hillel Roebuck 
Registrar 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 92/93 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 8th, 1993 

SMALL CLAIMS COURT JURISDICTION 

I. — (1) The maximum amount of a claim in the Small Claims Court 
is $6,000. 

(2) The maximum amount of a claim over which a deputy judge may 
preside is $6,000. O. Reg. 92/93, s. 1 . 

2. Ontario Regulation 335/92 is revolted. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/93 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 10th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 383 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Grain) 

L Subsection 4 (8) of Regulation 383 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "$25" and substituting 

"$35". 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 94/93 

made under the 

GRAIN ELEVATOR STORAGE ACT 

Made: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 10th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 540 of R.R.O. 1 990 
(General) 

1. Clauses 1 (1) (a), (b) and (c) of Regulation 540 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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(a) $75 if the grain elevator has a capacity of less than 5,040 
tonnes; 

(b) $150 if the grain elevator has a capacity of 5,040 tonnes or 
more but less than 25,200 tonnes; and 

(c) $225 if the grain elevator has a capacity of 25,200 tonnes or 
more. 

2. Subsection 2 ( 1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"$50" in tlie second line and substituting "$100". 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/93 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Made: January 29th, 1993 

Approved: March 3rd. 1993 

Filed: March 10th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 217 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Asparagus) 

1. Subsection 12(l)oftheSclieduletoRegulation217ofRevised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 436/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The total premium is $42 per acre. 

2. Subparagraph 5 (1) of Form 2 of the Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 436/92, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) The additional premium payable in the crop year for 5 per cent 
extra coverage is $14 per acre. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

William Jongejan 
Chair 

Matt Tulloch 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of January, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 96/93 

made under the ^ 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 26th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of 

Manitoulin, Geographic townships of 

Campbell, Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 

1. Section 1 12 of Ontario Regulation 672/81, as made by section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 266/89, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



112. — (1) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (3) is, 
for the purposes of this Order, land in a Shoreline Residential Zone. 

(2) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (4) is, for the 
purpose of this Order, land in a Commercial Recreation Zone. 

(3) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Dawson in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, being part 
of Lot 22, Concession 10, designated as parts I and 2 on Reference Plan 
31R-2444 deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 

(4) Subsection (2) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Dawson in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, being part 
of Lot 22, Concession 10, designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 31R- 
1975, save andexcept parts 1 , 2 and 3 on Reference Plan 3 1 R-2444 and 
save and except Part 2 on Ministry of Transportation Plan No. P-2303- 15 
registered as Instrument No. T- 1 6283, all deposited in the Land Registry 
OfficefortheRegistryDivisionofManitoulin(No.31). O. Reg.96/93, 
s. 1. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of February, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 97/93 

made under the 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 366 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Paragraph 5 of subsection 12 (5) of Regulation 366 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$36" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$37". 

(2) The Table to paragraph 7 of subsection 12 (5) of the Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 326/92, is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

TABLE 



Family Size 


Maximum Monthly Variable 
Shelter Allowance 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 

6 or more 


$294 
467 
497 
548 
598 
619 



(3) Sub-subparagraph A of subparagraph ii of paragraph 12 of 
subsection 12 (5), as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 



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407/91 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 766/91, is 
further amended by strilting out "$384" in tlie amendment of 1991 
and substituting "$388". 

(4) Sub-subparagrapli B of subparagraph ii of paragraph 12 of 
subsection 12 (S), as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 
407/91 and amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 766/91, is 
further amended by striking out "$192" in the amendment of 1991 
and substituting "$194". 

(5) Paragraph 16 of subsection 12 (5), as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is amended by striking out "$63" in the 
third line and substituting "$64". 

(6) Clause 12 (6) (a) of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 151/92, is amended by striking out "$267" in 
the first line and substituting "$271" and by striking out "$218" in 
the Tirst line and substituting "$221". 

(7) Clause 12 (6) (b) of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 151/92, is amended by striking out "$211" in 
the Hrst line and substituting "$214" and by striking out "$172" in 
the first line and substituting "$174". 

2. — (1) Clause 28 (2) (a) of the Regulation, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$68" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$69". 

(2) Clause 28 (2) (b) of the Regulation, as amended by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$126" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$128". 

(3) Subsection 28 (3) of the Regulation, as amended by section 1 1 
of Ontario Regulation 631/91 and section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
766/91, is further amended by striking out "$104" in the amend- 
ment of 1991 and substituting' "$105". 

3. — (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 31 (6) of the Regulation, as 
made by section 5 of Ontario Regulation 407/91 and amended by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 766/91, is further amended by 
striking out "$651" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting 
"$658". 

(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection 31 (6), as made by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 407/91 and amended by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out "$989" in the 
amendment of 1991 and substituting "$999". 

(3) Paragraph 3 of subsection 31 (6), as made by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 407/91 and amended by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out "$1,302" in 
the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$1,316". 

(4) Subsection 31(10) of the Regulation, as amended by section 3 
of Ontario Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$1,515" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$1,523". 

4. Clause 34 (1.1) (b)ofthe Regulation, as made by section 12 of 
Ontario Regulation 631/91 and amended by section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 766/91, is further amended by striking out "$450" in the 
amendment of 1991 and substituting "$455". 

5. Subsection 35 (1) of the Regulation, as remade by section 13 
of Ontario Regulation 631/91 and amended by section 6 of Ontario 
Regulation 766/9 1, is further amended by striking out "$79r ' in the 
amendment of 1991 and substituting "$799". 

6. Subsection 36 (1) of the Regulation, as amended by section 15 
of Ontario Regulation 631/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$250" in the last line and substituting "$253". 

7. Schedule A to the Regulation, as remade by section 8 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule A 

AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
BOARD AND LODGING* 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One Adult Person 


Two Adult Persons 


Minimum 


Maximum 


Minimum 


Maximum 



1 

2 
3 


$386 
606 
749 
863 


$455 
757 
872 
980 


$599 
741 
858 
956 


$ 746 

862 

972 

1,080 


The above Table indicates the amounts for one or two adults and 
the three oldest dependent children in a family. For each depen- 
dent child in excess of three, add an amount up to $1 15. 

*Refer to paragraph 1 of subsection 12(5). 



O. Reg. 97/93, s. 7. 

8. Schedule C to the Regulation, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule C 

AMOUNTS FOR BASIC ALLOWANCE 

Excludes Basic Shelter 

(FOR RENTERS AND OWNERS*) 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


13 Years 
and Over 


0-12 
Years 


One Adult 
Person 


Two Adult 
Persons 











$313 


$589 


1 




1 


1 



569 
620 


699 

745 


2 



1 

2 


2 
1 



679 

730 
776 


826 
872 
919 


The above Table indicate 
the two oldest dependent 
dependent child in the fa 
priate amount set out in 
dependent children as fo 

fa) 1 3 vpars and nv 


,s the amounts for one or tw 
children in a family. For ea 

mily in excess of two, add tc 
the Schedule for a family 
lows: 

zr 


3 adults and 
:h additional 
) the appro- 
with two 

$174 


(b) 
♦Refer to [ 


— 12 years . 
paragraph 4 of 


subsection 12 (5). 


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O. Reg. 97/93, s. 8. 

9. Schedule E to the Regulation, as remade by section 8 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91 , is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Schedule E 
ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
BOARD AND LODGING* 



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IL Schedules H and I to the Regulation, as made by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 151/92, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 





Age of Depend 


ent Children 


13 Years 
and Over 


0-12 
Years 


A. Family with One Adult 
Beneficiary 






1 . First dependent child 


$384 


$332 


2. For each additional 
dependent child, add to 
the amount in item 1 


186 


138 


B. Family with Two Adult 
Beneficiaries 






1 . For each 

dependent child, add 


$186 


$138 


*Refer to subsection 3 1 (6). 



O. Reg. 97/93, s. 9. 

10. Schedule F to the Regulation, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 766/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule F 

AMOUNTS FOR BASIC ALLOWANCE 

Excludes Basic Shelter 

(FOR RENTERS, OWNERS*) 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


13 Years 
and Over 


0-12 
Years 


1 Adult, 
see note 
1 , below 


2 Adults, 
see note 
2, below 


2 Adults, 
sec note 
3, below 











$516 


$ 792 


$1,032 


1 




1 


1 



772 
723 


902 
948 


1,142 
1,188 


2 



1 

2 


2 
1 



882 
933 
979 


1,029 
1,075 
1.122 


1,269 
1,315 
1,362 


The above Table indie 
the two oldest dépende 
dependent child in the 
priate amount set out 
dependent children as 

(a) 1 3 vears and r 


jtes the amounts for one or two a 
nt children in a family. For each 
family in excess of two. add to tl 
in the Schedule for a family w 
Follows: 

>ver 


dults and 
additional 
le appro- 
th two 

$174 


(b)0 
*Refer to s 

1 . One adult 

2. Applicant 
defined in 

3. Applicant 
disabled o 


— 12 years 

ubsection 3 

person as d 

or recipient 
subsection 

or recipient 
r persons re 


1(8). 

sfined in subsection 31 (1). 

and spouse, one of whom is a p< 
31(1). 

and spouse, both of whom are b 
ferred to in subsection 2 (5) or (6 


srson 

lind, 

). 



Schedule H 

NORTHERN ALLOWANCE 

ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(Board and Lodging*) 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One 
Adult 
Person 


Two 

Adult 

Persons 




1 
2 


$135 
215 
249 


$212 

. 244 
278 


For each additional dependent child in the family in excess of two, 
add an amount of $34. 

*Refer to paragraph 4.1 of subsection 12 (5) and to subsection 
31 (10.1). 



O. Reg. 97/93, s. \\,part. 



Schedule I 

NORTHERN ALLOWANCE 

ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(For Renters and Owners*) 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One 
Adult 
Person 


Two 

Adult 

Persons 




1 
2 


$135 
224 
261 


$225 
264 
301 


For each additional dependent child in the family in excess of two, 
add an amount of $37. 

*Refer to paragraph 4.2 of subsection 12 (5) and to subsection 
31(10.2). 



O. Reg. 97/93, s. 10. 



O. Reg. 97/93, s. \\,part. 

12. This Regulation conies into force on the 1st day of April, 
1993. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 98/93 

made under the 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March llth, 1993 

Amending Reg. 537 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsection 10 (7) of Regulation 537 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 152/92, 
is amended by striking out "the 31st day of March, 1993" in the 
second line and substituting "the 31st day of December, 1993". 



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2. — (1) Paragraph 6 of subsection 13 (4) of the Regulation, as 
amended by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 767/91, is further 
amended by striking out "$8.30 weekly or $36 monthly" in the 
seventh line and substituting "$8.50 weekly or $37 monthly". 

(2) The Table to paragraph 8 of subsection 13 (4), as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 327/92, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

TABLE 



Family Size 


Maximum Monthly Variable 
Shelter Allowance 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 or more 


$294 
467 
497 
548 
598 
619 



(3) Subclause 13 (5) (c) (i) of the Regulation, as made by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 152/92, is amended by striking out "$267" 
in the first line and substituting "$271" and by striking out "$218" 
in the first line and substituting "$221". 



(4) Subclause 13 (5) (c) (ii) of the Regulation, as made by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 152/92, is amended by striking out "$211" 
in the first line and substituting "$214" and by striking out "$172" 
in the first line and substituting "$174". 

3. — (1) Subsection 16 (1) of the Regulation, as remade by section 

6 of Ontario Regulation 546/91 and amended by section 6 of Ontario 
Regulation 767/91, is further amended by striking out "$791" in the 
amendment of 1991 and substituting "$799". 

(2) Subsection 16 (3) of the Regulation, as amended by section 6 
of Ontario Regulation 546/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$250" in the last line and substituting "$253". 

4. — (1) Subsection 30 (2) of the Regulation, as amended by section 

7 of Ontario Regulation 630/91 and section 7 of Ontario Regulation 
767/91, is further amended by striking out "$104" in the amend- 
ment of 1991 and substituting "$105". 

(2) Clause 30 (3) (a) of the Regulation, as amended by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 767/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$68" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$69". 

(3) Clause 30 (3) (b) of the Regulation, as amended by section 7 of 
Ontario Regulation 767/91, is further amended by striking out 
"$126" in the amendment of 1991 and substituting "$128". 

5. Schedule A to the Regulation, as remade by section 8 of 
Ontario Regulation 767/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



Schedule A 

AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(Board and Lodging*) 



Number of 

Dependants 

Other than 

a Spouse 


One Adult Person 


Two Adult Persons 


Minimum 


Maximum 


Minimum 


Maximum 


weekly 

$ 


monthly 

$ 


weekly 

$ 


monthly 

$ 


weekly 

$ 


monthly 

$ 


weekly 

$ 


monthly 

$ 





60.80 


264.00 


104.70 


455.00 


98.70 


429.00 


160.40 


697.00 


1 


139.50 


606.00 


174.20 


757.00 


125.20 


544.00 


184.10 


800.00 


2 


172.40 


749.00 


200.70 


872.00 


148.40 


645.00 


206.00 


895.00 


3 


198.60 


863.00 


225.50 


980.00 


168.50 


732.00 


228.10 


991.00 


For each additional dependant in a one-parent family in excess of three, add an amount up to $26.50 weekly or up to $ 1 1 5 monthly. 
For each additional dependant in a two-parent family in excess of three, add an amount up to $22.60 weekly or up to $98 monthly. 
*Refer to paragraph 1 of subsection 13(4). 



O. Reg. 98/93, s. 5. 



6. Schedule C to the Regulation, as remade by section 9 of 
Ontario Regulation 767/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



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AMOUNTS FOR BASIC ALLOWANCE 
(excludes Basic Shelter*) 



O. Reg. 98/93 



Number of 
Dependants 


Dependants 
13 Years 
and Over 


Dependants 
0-12 
Years 


One Adult Person 


Two Adult Persons 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 











57.30 


249.00 


120.80 


525.00 


1 




1 


1 



131.00 
142.70 


569.00 
620.00 


146.10 
156.70 


635.00 
681.00 


2 




1 
2 


2 
1 



156.30 
168.00 
178.60 


679.00 
730.00 
776.00 


175.40 
186.00 
196.80 


762.00 
808.00 
855.00 


For each additional 
family of two depen 

Dependant 1 3 > 

Dependant - 
♦Refer to parag 


dependant in the family in excess of two, add to the appropriate amount set out in the Schedule for a 
dants as follows; 

Weekly Monthly 
ears and over $40.00 $1 74 00 


12 years 29.20 

raph 4 of subsection 1 3 (4). 


127.00 



7. Schedules F and G to the Regulation, as made by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 152/92, are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



O. Reg. 98/93, s. 6. 



Schedule F 

NORTHERN ALLOWANCE 

ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(Board and Lodging*) 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One Adult 


Two Adults 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 





31.10 


135.00 


46.00 


200.00 


1 


49.50 


215.00 


52.50 


228.00 


2 


57.30 


249.00 


60.30 


262.00 


For each additional dependent child in the family in excess of two, add an amount of $34 monthly or $7.80 weekly. 
♦Refer to paragraph 5. 1 of subsection 1 3 (4). 



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Schedule G 

NORTHERN ALLOWANCE 

ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS FOR BASIC NEEDS 
(For Renters and Owners*) 



O. Reg. 102/93 709 



Number of 

Dependent 

Children 


One Adult 


Two Adults 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 


Weekly 

$ 


Monthly 

$ 





31.10 


135.00 


46.00 


200.00 


1 


51.60 


224.00 


55.50 


241.00 


2 


60.10 


261.00 


64.40 


280.00 


For each additional dependent child in the family in excess of two, add an amount of $37 monthly or $8.50 weekly. 
♦Refer to paragraph 5.2 of subsection 1 3 (4). 



8. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

13/93 



O.Reg. 98/93, s. 7, parr. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 99/93 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 1 1th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Schedule 4 to Regulation 868 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 237/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 4 

1. From and including the 1st day of January, 1993 to and including 
the 31st day of December, 1993. O. Reg. 99/93, s. 1. 

2. Schedule 5 to the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 237/92, Is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 5 

1. From and including the 1st day of January, 1992 to and including 
the 3 1 St day of August, 1 992. O. Reg. 99/93, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 30th day of October, 1992. 

13/93 



"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health publication titled "Drug 
Benefit Formulary/Comparative Drug Index (No. 33)" and dated 
1993; 

2. Subsection 12 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 101/93 

made under the 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT 

Made: March 1 0th, 1993 
Filed: March llth, 1993 

Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in section 1 of Regulation 935 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 757/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health publication titled "Drug 
Benefit Formulary/Comparative Drug Index (No. 33)" and dated 
1993; 

2. Subsection 6 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 100/93 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March lOth, 1993 
Filed: March llth, 1993 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in section 1 of Regulation 868 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 756/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 102/93 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March llth, 1993 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1.— (1) Subclause S (1) (a) (i) of Regulation 868 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 461/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 



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(i) the preparation is for internal consumption and contains 
a solid oral dosage form of a listed drug product and no 
other active substance, 

(2) Subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation, as amended by section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 234/92 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
461/92, is further amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (a) and by adding the following clause: 

(a.l) an extemporaneous preparation that is not equivalent to a 
manufactured drug product is a designated pharmaceutical 
product, if it is, 

(i) a topical nitrogen mustard preparation, 

(ii) a topical preparation consisting of liquor carbonis 
detergens, salicylic acid, sulfur or tar distillate, but no 
other active substance, compounded in petrolatum jelly 
or lanolin, 

(iii) an ophthalmic solution containing amikacin, cefazolin 
or vancomycin, or 

(iv) an ophthalmic solution containing gentamicin or tobra- 
mycin in a concentration greater than three milligrams 
per millilitre; 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 103/93 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 1st, 1993 

Approved: March 10th, 1993 

Filed: March 11th, 1993 

GENERAL LEGISLATIVE GRANTS, 1993 

Dernitions 

1. In this Regulation the following definitions apply for a board for 
the year 1993, 

"assessment" means the sum of, 

(a) the residential and farm assessment as defined in section 248 of 
the Act, and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by 0.85 the commercial 
assessment as defined in section 248 of the Act, 

that is rateable for the purposes of the board; 

"A.E.F. for grant purposes" for a municipality or locality, means the 
assessment equalization factor provided by the Minister for this 
purpose; 

"capital appurtenances" means, 

(a) school sites and additions and improvements thereto, 

(b) school buildings, including permanent fixtures thereof, and 
additions, alterations and renovations to such buildings and 
permanent fixtures, 

(c) buildings that are not school buildings, including permanent 
fixtures thereof, and additions, alterations and renovations to 
such buildings and permanent fixtures, 

(d) vehicles and watercraft used for the transportation of pupils, 
and replacements of such vehicles and watercraft, and 

(e) furniture and equipment and replacements thereof and library 



resource materials for the initial equipping of a library resource 
centre, but excluding therefrom items referred to in clause (d) 
and permanent fixtures of a building; 

'capital element included in rent" in respect of rental of computer 
equipment for instructional purposes and rental of accommodation and 
school sites means the total rental revenue or rental expenditure as the 
case may be, that is in excess of the cost of services that are included 
as part of the rental contract, except that in the case of rental of 
computer equipment or accommodation for instructional purposes, the 
capital element in rent cannot be less than the portion designated by 
the Minister for inclusion in the determination of the recognized 
extraordinary expenditure of the board; 

'continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes" means the sum of the 
portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) 
that is in respect of pupils enrolled in a program operated by the board 
in a course approved by the Minister, 

(a) established for adults for which credit or credit equivalency is 
granted or in an independent study course, and in the case of a 
separate school board other than a Roman Catholic school 
board, the course is in the intermediate division, 

(b) of basic literacy or basic numeracy for adults, 

(c) of citizenship and language instruction for persons admitted to 
Canada as permanent residents under the Immigration Act 
(Canada), 

(d) of English or French as a second language for adults whose first 
language is neither English nor French, or 

(e) of Native language instruction for adults, 
and in the case of, 

(f) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in 
an independent study course, for French-speaking adults in 
which French is the language of instruction, 

(g) a course described in clause (b), where the instructors are 
employed by and paid by the board, or the course is provided 
under section 189 (2) of the Act, 

(h) a course described in clause (c), (d) or (e), or 

(i) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in 
an independent study course, offered in a secondary school that 
has an enrolment of fewer than 1 20 pupils per grade and that is 
located in a territorial district more than 80 kilometres from all 
other secondary schools in the Province that have the same 
language of instruction, 

where the number of pupils is fewer than fifteen, such number shall be 
increased by five or a lesser number, as the case requires, to a 
maximum of fifteen for the purpose of calculating the continuing 
education A.D.E. for grant purposes; 



'current cost of operating' 
less the sum of. 



' means total of all the current expenditure 



(a) current expenditure for, 

(i) the capital element included in rent payable, 

(ii) transportation of pupils and persons qualified to be resi- 
dent pupils to and from a school, a facility referred to in 
subsection 190 (3) of the Act or a centre referred to in 
subsection 190 (4) thereof, 

(iii) transportation of pupils from one school to another 
school or a facility referred to in subsection 190 (3) of 
the Act, where such transportation is of a kind that is 



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eligible for approval by the Minister as recognized 
expenditure for transportation, 

(iv) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils 
under sections 76, 190, 289 and 291 of the Act, 

(v) capital appurtenances, 

(vi) debt charges, 

(vii) tuition fees in respect of resident-external pupils of the 
board, 

(viii) P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the 
board, 

(ix) relocation of portable classrooms, 

(x) restoration of destroyed and damaged capital appurten- 
ances, and 

(xi) interest on short-term borrowings for the period between 
the date of issue and date of sale of debentures for the 
purchase of capital appurtenances. 



(b) the sum of, 



tax adjustments, 

the costs of performing the duties of a municipal council 
in territory without municipal organization. 



(iii) provision for a reserve for working funds, 

(iv) provision for a reserve for tax reduction in 1994, and 

(v) allocation to reserve funds, 

(c) current revenue from sources other than, 

(i) legislative grants except payments under subsections 
16 (2) and 17 (2), section 26, subsections 27 (1) and (4) 
and sections 29, 40 and 4 1 , 

(ii) taxes, payments in lieu of taxes and trailer fees, 

(iii) tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils of the 
board, 

(iv) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(v) the capital element included in rent receivable, 

(vi) disposal of capital appurtenances, 

(vii) insurance proceeds in respect of capital appurtenances, 

(viii) transfers from other funds, 

(ix) transfers from a reserve for working funds, 

(x) transfer from a reserve for tax reduction, 

(xi) accrued interest on debentures sold at date of sale 
thereof, 

(xii) interest earned on capital funds, 

(xiii) reimbursements of expenditure for transportation of 
pupils including payments under sections 34 and 35, 

(xiv) grants, except legislative grants, or other reimburse- 
ments for capital expenditure from the revenue fund, 

(xv) donations directed in writing by the donor to the pur- 
chase of a capital appurtenance and so applied, and 



(xvi) payments received under section 44 (3) of the Ottawa- 
Carleton French-Language School Board Act, and 

(d) the amount calculated under clause 28 (a); 

'day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils ' ' means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 89/9 1 , (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of resident-internal pupils of the board; 

'day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils" means the portion of 
the average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 89/9 1 , (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of resident-external pupils of the board; 

'day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils" means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 89/9 1 , (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of non-resident pupils of the board; 

'elementary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 
operated by, 

(a) a district school area board, a Protestant separate school board, 
a Roman Catholic separate school board other than a Roman 
Catholic school board, or 

(b) a board of education, a Roman Catholic school board or the 
public sector or the Roman Catholic sector of The Ottawa- 
Carleton French-language School Board for the purposes of 
receiving education in the primary division, junior division or 
first two years of the intermediate division; 

'eligible sum for French as a first language" means, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program 
provided in a French-language instructional unit, and 

(ii) where in 1993 the board establishes under section 289 
of the Act a class in which French is the language of in- 
struction in an elementary school where no such class 
was provided prior to the 2nd day of September, 1974 
and such class is approved by the Minister for grant 
purposes, 

(A) $5,400 if the class established in 1993 is the 
first, 

(B) $3,240 if the class established in 1993 is the 
second, 

(C) $2,160 if the class established in 1993 is the third, 
such class in the school, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a program in a 
subject in a class established under section 291 of the Act in 
which French is the language of instruction, by the number of 
credits or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for 
the subject and by, 

(i) $89 in the case of pupils enrolled in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $95 in the case of pupils enrolled in the senior division, 

subject to the limitation that the maximum number of credits or 
courses for which no credit may be granted that may be taken 
into account for the purpose of this subparagraph in respect of 
any one pupil is five; 

'eligible sum for French as a second language" means. 



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(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $ 1 1 9 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 20 or more minutes but less 
than 40 minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(ii) the product of $229 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 40 or more minutes but less 
than 60 minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(iii) the product of $260 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 60 or more minutes but less 
than 150 minutes per school day of instruction in 
French, and 

(iv) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of, 

(A) 150 minutes or more per school day of instruction 
in French, for pupils other than pupils enrolled in 
junior kindergarten or kindergarten, or 

(B) 75 minutes or more per school day of instruction 
in French, for pupils enrolled in junior kindergar- 
ten or kindergarten, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for 
a program in the subject of French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is not French, by the number 
of credits or credit equivalents that may be granted to a 
pupil for such subject, and by, 

(A) $57 in the case of a subject offered in the interme- 
diate division, or 

(B) $75 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division, and 

(ii) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for 
a program established for pupils whose first language is 
not French and in which a subject other than French is 
taught in the French language, by the number of credits 
or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for 
such subject, and by, 

(A) $94 in the case of a subject offered in the interme- 
diate division, or 

(B) $145 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division; 

'eligible sum for full-day kindergarten" means the product of, 

(a) the sum of $4.050 and the amounts per pupil that are set out in 
Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the boapd 
in Column 1 of Table 2, 

(b) 0.50, and 

(c) the sum of the products of the number of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board, 

(i) who on the last school day of September, 1992 are en- 
rolled for an average of 300 or more minutes per school 
day in a kindergarten operated by the board and 0.6, and 

(ii) who on the last school day of September, 1993 are en- 
rolled for an average of 3()0 or more minutes per school 
day in a kindergarten operated by the board and 0.4; 



'eligible sum for Native as a second language" means, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $219 and the enrolment in a Native 
language program of an average of 20 or more minutes 
but less than 40 minutes per school day, 

(ii) the product of $389 and the enrolment in a Native 
language program of an average of 40 or more minutes 
per school day, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrolment in a Native language 
program by the number of credits or credit equivalents that may 
be granted to a pupil for such program, and by, 

(i) $57 in the case of a program offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $75 in the case of a program offered in the senior 
division; 

'enrolment for a program" means the sum of, 

(a) the product of the number of resident-internal pupils and non- 
resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
September, 1992 are registered in the program and 0.6, and 

(b) the product of the number of resident-internal pupils and non- 
resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
September, 1993 are registered in the program and 0.4; 

'enrolment in a Native language program" means the sum of the 
products of the number of resident-internal pupils and non-resident 
pupils of the board, other than those whose fees are receivable from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians, 

(a) who on the last school day of September, 1 992 are registered in 
the program and 0.6, and 

(b) who on the last school day of September, 1 993 are registered in 
the program and 0.4; 

'E.A." means equalized assessment for a board and is equal to the sum 
of the equalized assessment for the municipalities or localities within 
the jurisdiction of the board; 

'equalized assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
quotient obtained by dividing the product of 1(X) and the sum of the 
assessment and the equivalent assessment for the municipality or 
locality by the A.E.F. for grant purposes; 

"equivalent assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
amount of assessment that would yield an amount equal to the sums 
payable or allocated by the municipality or locality to a board in 
respect of, 

(a) the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and (13) of the 
Municipal Aci that is paid or allocated to the board, and 

(b) payments in lieu of taxes, 

if such assessment were levied upon at the rate levied in 1992 in the 
municipality or locality for the purposes of the board on residential 
and farm assessment, or such amount as adjusted by the Minister; 

"isolate board" means a district school area board, a rural separate 
school board, a combined Roman Catholic separate school board, a 
Protestant separate school board or a secondary school board; 



'maximum recognized day school O.E.' 
as follows. 



means the amount calculated 



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A - ( B X — — — -Y correct to two places of decimals 
\ B + CJ 



except where 



where, 



B + C 



is greater than 1 it shall be I , and 



A = the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident- 
internal pupils of the board and $4,034 in the case of 
elementary school pupils and $4,966 in the case of 
secondary school pupils, 

B = the excess of, 

(a) the total of the salaries, wages and related 
employee benefits that are not payable to teachers 
and other employees of the board because of a 
strike or lockout, other than salaries, wages and 
employee benefits for instruction of summer 
schools, heritage language classes, driver educa- 
tion classes and courses referred to in the defini- 
tion "continuing education A.D.E. for grant 
purposes", 

over, 

(b) the expenditures incurred by the board that, in the 
opinion of the Minister, are attributable to a strike 
or lockout of the employees for which the savings 
for salaries, wages and employee benefits are 
included in clause (a) except a provision for a 
reserve for tax reduction, and 

C = O.E. less tuition fees in respect of resident-external 
pupils of the board; 

'MR" means the standard mill rate for R.O.E. and is equal to 0.006295 
for elementary school purposes or 0.005186 for secondary school 
purposes; 

'MRI" means the standard mill rate for recognized extraordinary 
expenditure and is equal to 0.000082 for elementary school purposes 
or 0.000045 for secondary school purposes; 

'MR2" means the standard mill rate for operating expenditure and is 
equal to 0.000156 for elementary school purposes or 0.000104 for 
secondary school purposes; 

'non-resident pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a pupil from 
outside Ontario enrolled at a school under a student exchange program 
approved by the board, who is enrolled at a school operated by the 
board, 

(a) in respect of whom, 

(i) the Minister pays the cost of education, 

(ii) the board charges a fee to another board, 

(iii) the board may charge a fee to Canada, to a board 
appointed under section 68 of the Act or to a source 
outside Ontario, or 

(iv) the board may charge a fee to a band, the council of a 
band or education authority that is authorized by the 
Crown in the right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians, 

(b) who is a registered Indian residing on a reserve as defined in 
the Indian Act (Canada), or 

(c) who is a pupil in Canada as a visitor or as a student under the 
Immigration Act (Canada) for whom the board is required under 



subsection 49 (6) of the Act to charge the maximum fee calcu- 
lated in accordance with the regulations; 

'O.E." means ordinary expenditure and is equal to the current cost of 
operating increased by tuition fees in respect of resident-external 
pupils of the board, and reduced by the sum of, 

(a) the eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum 
for French as a second language, the eligible sum for full-day 
kindergarten, and the eligible sum for Native as a second 
language, 

(b) cost of education payable under sections 31 to 33 inclusive 
reduced by the P.A.C. included in such cost of education, 

(c) tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(d) grants for reduction in class size for grades 1 and 2 determined 
under section 21, 

(e) grants for small schools, small boards, small sections, goods 
and services, compensatory education, declining enrolment, 
language instruction, mixed schools and technical education 
determined under sections 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19and25 
respectively, 

(f) assistance for open-access tuition fees determined under section 
39, 

(g) grants providing special compensation for pooling under 
section 45, and 

(h) payments received under section 44 (3) of the Ottawa-Carleton 
French-Language School Board Act; 

'payment in lieu of taxes" means, in respect of a municipality, the sum 
of, 

(a) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
subsection 7 (10) of the Housing Development Act, under 
subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act and under subsection 
52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act. 

(b) the amount paid by the municipality to the board that is in 
excess of the amount requisitioned by the board and which is in 
respect of an allocation of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes 
other than the amount receivable by the board under section 35 
of the Assessment Act, 

(c) the amounts receivable by the board from subscriptions in lieu 
of taxes, and 

(d) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
section 2 of the Municipal and School Board Payments Adjust- 
ment Act; 

'psychiatric facility" means a children's mental health centre estab- 
lished or approved under subsection 8 ( 1 ) of Part I (Flexible Services) 
of the Child and Family Services Act, or a facility designated as a 
psychiatric facility under the Mental Health Act and includes the 
private hospital known as "The Villa" and located in the City of 
Vaughan; 

'P.A.C." means the pupil accommodation charge for a pupil and is 
equal to the product of the portion of the average daily enrolment 
calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation 
of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of the pupil and $141 
in the case of an elementary school pupil or $282 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil; 

'R.E.E." means recognized extraordinary expenditure and is equal to 
the sum of, 

(a) debt charges payable by the board or on its behalf by a munici- 
pality or a county in respect of the portion of a debenture 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes, 



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(b) the portion of the items referred to in clauses (a), (b) and (c) of 
the definition "capital appurtenances" that is approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes, other than capital projects eligible 
for grant under section 5 1 and the restoration of such items up 
to the amount of the proceeds of insurance in respect of their 
loss, 

(c) the portion of the items referred to in clause (d) of the definition 
"capital appurtenances" that is approved by the Minister for 
grant purposes, 

(d) the portion of the items referred to in clause (e) of the definition 
"capital appurtenances" that is not eligible for grant under 
subsection 27 (3) or section 5 1 , and is approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes, 

(e) the restoration of the items referred to in clauses (d) and (e) of 
the definition "capital appurtenances" up to the amount of the 
proceeds of insurance in respect of their loss, 

(0 the lesser of, 

(i) expenditure for items referred to in clause (e) of the 
definition "capital appurtenances" less the sum of, 

(A) such expenditure included in clause (d) or (e), 

(B) such expenditure eligible for grant under subsec- 
tion 27 (3) or section 51, and 

(C) current revenue from donations that is not de- 
ducted in the determination of current cost of 
operating under subclause (c) (xv) of the defini- 
tion "current cost of operating" except such 
revenue from donations that is applied to expendi- 
ture for capital appurtenances that is other than 
expenditure for furniture and equipment included 
in this subclause, and, 

(ii) the sum of, 

(A) current revenue from the sale or disposal of items 
referred to in clause (e) of the definition "capital 
appurtenances", and 

(B) the product of $16 in the case of an elementary 
school pupil or $27 in the case of a secondary 
school pupil and the day school A.D.E. of resi- 
dent-internal pupils of the board, 

less the portion of the revenue from the sale or disposal of, and 
from insurance proceeds in respect of, capital appurtenances 
that is designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E., 

(g) the portion approved by the Minister for grant purposes of the 
capital element included in rent payable, 

(h) the P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the board, 

(i) the portion of the expenditure for the relocation of portable 
classrooms that is not in excess of the product of $4,250 and|he 
number of relocations approved by the Minister, 

(j) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
training of teachers in the use of computer technology for 
instructional purposes, 

(k) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
training of teachers in the use of technological equipment for 
instructional purposes, and 

(1) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
purchase of computer software for instructional purposes, 

less the sum of, 



(m) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, and 

(n) the portion of the capital element included in rent receivable 
that is designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E.; 

'R.O.E." means recognized ordinary expenditure and is equal to the 
lesser of the O.E. and the sum of, 

(a) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 

(b) the teacher qualifications and experience adjustment, 

(c) the product of the portion of the summer school A.D.E. for 
grant purposes that is in respect of elementary school pupils of 
the board and $4,034, 

(d) the recognized tuition fees, and 

(e) the sum of, 

(i) the portion of the expenditure that is approved by the 
Minister for training assistance of designated persons as 
specified in Regulation 312 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 (Training Assistance), and 

(ii) the portion of the salaries, wages and benefits paid by 
the board to designated persons referred to in subclause 
(i) that is approved by the Minister and that is in respect 
of the portion of the designated person's contract time 
during 1993 that is specified, in a written agreement 
between the designated person and the board, as being 
directed towards training and released from board- 
assigned duties; 

'recognized expenditure for transportation" means the sum of, 

(a) the amount approved by the Minister for grant purposes for the 
transportation of, 

(i) resident-internal pupils and resident-external pupils of 
the board to and from school and from school to school, 
and 

(ii) persons qualified to be resident pupils of the board to 
and from the schools and facilities referred to in subsec- 
tion 190 (3) of the Act and the centres referred to in 
subsection 1 90 (4) thereof, 

except where the parent or guardian of a pupil contributes, other 
than by taxation, to the cost of such transportation, and 

(b) the amount approved by the Minister for grant purposes for 
board, lodging and weekly transportation to school and return 
of resident-internal pupils and resident-external pupils of the 
board; 

' ' recogn ized tuition fees" means the expenditure for tuition fees less the 
sum of, 

(a) the product of $4,034 in the case of an elementary school pupil 
or $4,966 in the case of a secondary school pupil and the 
number by which the average daily enrolment in respect of 
resident-external pupils of the board is increased for fee 
purposes by the application of factors determined under 
subsection 3 (4) of Ontario Regulation 104/93 (Calculation of 
Fees for Pupils), and 

(b) the sum of the amounts that are determined for the board, in 
respect of each of the boards with which the board has the same 
or part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows. 



A X (B - C) 



where. 



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A = the portion ofthe average daily enrolment calculated under 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of secondary 
school pupils who are resident-external pupils ofthe board 
and for whom fees are payable to the board that has the 
same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, 

B = the tuition fee charged by the board that has the same or 
part of the same area of jurisdiction as determined under 
clauses (I) (a) of Ontario Regulation 104/93 (Calculation 
of Fees for Pupils), and 

C = the sum of $4,966 and the amounts per pupil that are set 
out in Columns 1 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of 
the board in Column I of Table 2, 

and where the amount is negative, it shall be zero; 

'resident-external pupil' ' of a board means a pupil whose fee is payable 
by the board; 

'resident-internal pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a non- 
resident pupil, who is enrolled at a school operated by the board; 



'secondary school pupil' 
operated by, 



means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 



(a) a secondary school board, or 

(b) a board of education, a Roman Catholic school board or the 
public sector or the Roman Catholic sector of The Ottawa- 
Carleton French-language School Board for the purposes of 
receiving education in the last two years of the intermediate 
division or in the senior division; 

"summer school A.D.E. for grant purposes" means, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) 
that is in respect ofresident-intemal pupils ofthe board enrolled 
in summer schools established by the board, in a course of 
study that the board is authorized or required to provide in its 
day school program in grades I to 8, and the course is approved 
by the Minister for grant purposes, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the portion ofthe average 
daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 89/91 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of pupils enrolled in summer schools established by the 
board in a course for which credit is granted, and the course is 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes; 

"teacher qualifications and experience adjustment" means the product 
of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board, 

(b) the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 1 1 of Table 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column I of Table 2, and 

(c) where a strike or lockout of certain employees of the board 
occurs during the year, the ratio of the O.E. to the sum of the 
O.E. and the excess described as B in the definition ' 'maximum 
recognized day school O.E."; 

"tuition fees" means fees for instruction of pupils, less any P.A.C. that 
is included therein in respect of such pupils. O.Reg. 103/93, s. 1. 

Conditions 

2. — (1) The legislative grant payable for 1993 to a board other than 
an isolate board or a board appointed under section 68 of the Act shall 
be the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 8 to 45 inclusive 
and section 5 1 . 



(2) The legislative grant payable for 1993 to an isolate board shall be 
the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 31 to 35 inclusive and 
section 47. 

(3) The legislative grant payable for 1993 to a board appointed under 
section 68 of the Act shall be the sum of the amounts calculated under 
sections 31 to 35 inclusive and sections 49 and 50. 

(4) Calculations under this Regulation shall, unless otherwise 
provided, be made using data for 1993. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 2. 

3. — (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, The Metropolitan 
Toronto School Board and the boards of education as provided in section 
1 23 of the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act shall be deemed to 
be one divisional board of education and the area municipalities as 
provided in section 1 of that Act shall be deemed to be one urban 
municipality. 

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, the assessment that is rateable 
for separate school purposes in each municipality in the united counties 
of Prescott and Russell shall be divided between The Prescott and 
Russell County Roman Catholic English-Language Separate School 
Board and the Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de langue 
française de Prescott-Russell in the same manner as is prescribed in 
subsection 1 5 (2), of Ontario Regulation 759/9 1 , respecting payments by 
municipal corporations under subsection 120 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 3. 

4. — (1) The legislative grant payable to a board of education or a 
Roman Catholic school board shall be calculated separately for 
elementary school purposes and for secondary school purposes. 

(2) The legislative grant payable to a board for elementary school 
purposes shall be applied to elementary school purposes. 

(3) The legislative grant payable to a board for secondary school 
purposes shall be applied to secondary school purposes. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 4. 

5. — ( I ) Where in respect of a board the calculation made to determine 
a legislative grant described under a section of this Regulation results in 
a negative amount for elementary or secondary school purposes, the sum 
ofthe amounts calculated as payable under the other section or sections 
of this Regulation shall be reduced by the negative amount, and the 
remainder obtained thereby is the legislative grant payable to the board 
for elementary or secondary school purposes as the case may be. 

(2) Where the remainder calculated under subsection ( 1 ) is a negative 
amount for elementary school purposes, the legislative grant payable to 
the board for secondary school purposes shall be reduced by the negative 
amount, and the remainder obtained thereby is the legislative grant 
payable to the board. 

(3) Where the remainder calculated under subsection ( 1 ) is a negative 
amount for secondary school purposes, the legislative grant payable to 
the board for elementary school purposes shall be reduced by the 
negative amount, and the remainder obtained thereby is the legislative 
grant payable to the board. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsections ( I ), (2) and (3), the legislative grant 
payable to a board shall not be less than the sum of, 

(a) the product of, 

(i) the sum of the amounts calculated for the board under 
section 27 for elementary school purposes and for 
secondary school purposes, and 

(ii) an estimate approved by the Minister of the average 
number of pupils enrolled on each school day in 1 993 in 
the educational programs provided by the board in the 
facilities referred to in section 27 and who, except as to 
residence, would be qualified to be resident pupils of 
another board, divided by the average number of pupils 
enrolled on each school day in 1993 in the educational 



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programs provided by the board in the facilities referred 
to in section 27; 

(b) the sum of the amounts calculated under section 5 1 in respect 
of projects approved by the Minister under an agreement for the 
transfer of the use or ownership of real property from a public 
board to a Roman Catholic school board, and in respect of 
projects approved by the Minister under the anti-recession 
program announced on March 19, 1991 and under the jobs 
Ontario Capital Fund. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 5. 

6. — (1) It is a condition of the payment to a board of a legislative 
grant that the board comply with the Acts administered by the Minister 
and with the regulations and policy and program initiatives authorized 
under those Acts, and if a board fails to comply, the Minister may 
withhold all or part of a legislative grant until the board takes the action 
necessary to correct the condition that caused the grant to be withheld. 

(2) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
overpaid, the board shall refund the amount of the overpayment to the 
Province of Ontario. 

(3) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
underpaid, the amount of the underpayment shall be paid to the board. 

(4) Where the amount payable to a board under a previous regulation 
was either overpaid or underpaid, the overpayment or underpayment, as 
the case may be, shall be deducted from or added to the legislative grant 
payable under this Regulation to the board that has jurisdiction in the 
area for which the adjustment is necessary. 

(5) Where a board is convicted of an offence or is held by a court to 
have contravened an Act, the Minister may exclude from grant assis- 
tance, the expenditure by the board for legal fees payable and fines and 
damage awards imposed in respect of such conviction or contravention. 
O. Reg. 103/93, s. 6. 

7. — (1) The calculation and payment to a board of the legislative 
grant for the year 1 993 shall be made in accordance with the Regulation. 

(2) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
in the number of instalments and at the times designated by the Minister. 

(3) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
on an estimated basis during 1993 and such adjustments as may be 
necessary shall be made when the actual financial data and average daily 
enrolments are available. 

(4) Where the portion of the moneys appropriated by the legislature 
for legislative grants to boards for the provincial fiscal year 1 993-94 that 
is allocated by the Minister to pay the balance owing under a regulation 
in respect of legislative grants for a previous year and the instalments 
payable during the provincial fiscal year 1993-94 under this Regulation 
except this subsection is more than sufficient or insufficient for such 
purposes, the Minister may increase or decrease, as the case may be, the 
total of the legislative grants payable under section 8 by the amount of 
such surplus or insufficiency by adjusting the mill rates referred to in the 
definition "MR". O. Reg. 103/93, s. 7. 

Category 1— Basic Per Pupil Grant ^ 

grant for recognized ordinary expenditure 

8. A board shall be paid a grant calculated as follows, 

R.O.E. - (Q X MR X E.A.) 

where, 

Q = the quotient, correct to five places of decimals, obtained by 
dividing R.O.E. by the sum of, 

(i) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 



(ii) the amount determined in the definition "maximum 
recognized day school O.E. "in respect of the portion of 
the formula therein described as 






(iii) 



the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-extemal 
pupils of the board, and the sum of $4,034 in the case of 
an elementary school pupil or $4,966 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil and the amount per pupil that is 
set out in Column 10 of Table 2 opposite the name of 
the board in Column 1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, 
s. 8. 

Category 2 — Board Specihc Grants 

grant for french as a hrst language 



9. A board shall be paid, in respect of schools and classes established 
under section 289 or 291 of the Act where French is the language of 
instruction, a grant equal to the eligible sum for French as a first 
language. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 9. 

GRANT FOR SMALL SCHOOLS 

10. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of operating small isolated schools, a grant equal to the product of 
the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board and the 
amount per pupil that is set out in Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the 
name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 10. 

GRANT FOR SMALL BOARDS 

11. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a board with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 3 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, s. II. 

GRANT FOR SMALL SECTIONS 

12. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a section with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 4 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 12. 

GRANT FOR GOODS AND SERVICES 

13. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of purchasing goods and obtaining services in remote areas, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 5 
of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column I of Table 2. 
O.Reg. 103/93, s. 13. 

GRANT FOR COMPENSATORY EDUCATION 

14. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing compensatory education programs and services, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 6 
of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 
O. Reg. 103/93, s. 14. 

GRANT FOR DECLINING ENROLMENT 

15. A board shall be paid, in respect of declining enrolment, a grant 
calculated as follows. 

[(A X C) + (B X D)] X E X F 
where. 



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ADE92 



B 



=( 



ADE 93 + ADE.EB.93 
ADE91 



) 



correct to four places 
of decimals, 



ADE 92 + ADE.EB 



1 J correct to four places 

"'■ / of decimals. 



C = 0.6 X G if A is greater than zero, 

= 1 .0 if A is equal to or less than zero, 
D = 0.3 X G if B is greater than zero, 

= 0.0 if B is equal to or less than zero, 

E = the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and ADE.EB.93, 

F = the sum of $4,034 for elementary school purposes or 
$4,966 for secondary school purposes and the amount per 
pupil that is set out in Column 10 of Table 2 opposite the 
name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2, 

G = 1.0 if E is less than or equal to 4,000, 

= 0.5 if E is greater than or equal to 14,000, 

_ E - 4,000 correct to two places of decimal, if E is 
~ 20,000 ' greater than 4,000 but less than 14,000 

where, 

ADE 93 and ADE 92 and ADE 91 mean the average daily 
enrolment for 1993 and 1992 and 1991 respectively, calculated 
under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal 
and non-resident pupils of the board, 

ADE.EB.93 and ADE.EB.92 mean the amounts by which ADE 
93 and ADE 92 respectively were reduced as a result of the 
transfer of elementary or secondary schools referred to in 
section 40. or of the elimination by the board of a junior 
kindergarden or kindergarden, and 

where the amount calculated under this section is a negative 
amount, it shall be zero. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 15. 

Category 3 — Prcxjram Specific Grants 

grant for french as a second language 

16. — ( 1 ) A board shall be paid, in respect of instruction in French in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not French, a grant 
calculated as follows. 



100 xB 



xMRl xE 



...) 



where, 

A = the eligible sum for French as a second language, 

B = the sum of, 

(i) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of 
the board, and 

(ii) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils of the 
board. 

(2) Where, in 1993, a board offers for the first time in a secondary 
school other than a French-language secondary school or a school having 
a French-language instructional unit, a course for which credit or credit 
equivalents may be granted and in which French is the language of 
insuuction for pupils whose first language is not French, and the course 



is in a subject other than French or is a special course in the subject of 
French designed for graduates of an elementary school program of 
extended or immersion French, the board shall be paid a grant of $3,374 
for each such course except that such grant shall not be paid in respect 
of a course that increases the total number of such courses in a grade at 
the school to more than four. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 16. 

GRANT FOR NATIVE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 

17. — (I) A board shall be paid, in respect of Native as a second 
language instruction, a grant calculated as follows. 



\ lOOxB 



.) 



X MRl X E 



where, 

A = the eligible sum for Native as a second language, 

B = the sum of, 

(i) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of 
the board, and 

(ii) the day school A.D.E. non-resident pupils of the 
board. 

(2) A board, other than a board that operated a Native as a second 
language program on or before the last school day of September, 1988, 
shall be paid a grant equal to the product of $200 and the number of 
resident-internal and non-resident pupils of the board who on the last 
school day of September. 1993 are registered in a Native as a second 
language program operated by the board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 17. 

GRANT FOR ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION 

18. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing language instruction programs for pupils whose first 
language is neither English nor French in order that they may take 
advantage of regular instruction in the school, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 7 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 18. 

GRANT FOR MIXED LANGUAGE SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

19. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing courses in the minority language of a mixed language 
secondary school, a grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-internal pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is 
set out in Column 8 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 
1 of Table 2. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 19. 

GRANT FOR FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN 

20. A board shall be paid a grant calculated as follows, 
/ A 



100 xB 



X MR2 X E 



•a)- i: 



or zero if such calculation 
negative 



where, 

A = the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, 

B = the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of 
the board, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils of the 
board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 20. 

GRANT FOR REDUCTION IN CLASS-SIZE IN GRADES 1 AND 2 

21. A board shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of, 



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(a) the product of 1 .5 and the portion of the grant payable to the 
board that is calculated under clause 2 1 (b) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 1 19/92 (General Legislative Grants), and 

(b) the product of, 

(i) the number of resident-internal and non-resident pupils 
of the board who, on the last school day of September, 
1993, are enrolled in the primary division in the first two 
years of the program of studies immediately following 
kindergarten in a class other than a self-contained class 
for exceptional pupils, 

(ii) 0.4, and 

(iii) the lesser of, 

a. $700, and 



\A 28.2/ 



X $48,200, or zero if such calculation 
is negative 



where. 



A = the average class-size for pupils enrolled in the primary 
division in the first two years of the program of studies 
immediately following kindergarten and is calculated by 
dividing the number of pupils determined under subclause 
(i) by the number of regular classroom teachers or portions 
thereof employed and assigned by the board to teach 
pupils described under subclause (i), and the calculation so 
determined is subject to the approval of the Minister. 
O.Reg. 103/93,5.21. 

22. The grant for textbooks has been discontinued. O. Reg. 1 03/93, 
s. 22. 

GRANT FOR RECOGNIZED EXTRAORDINARY EXPENDITURE 

23. A board shall be paid a grant calculated as follows, 



\ 100 X 



B 



xMRl xE.A. 



where, 

A=R.E.E., 

B = the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the day school A.D.E. of resident- 
external pupils of the board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 23. 

GRANT FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION 

24. A board shall be paid, in respect of the transportation of pupils, 
a grant equal to the sum of, 

(a) the lesser of, 

(i) the recognized expenditure for transportation, and 
(ii) the product of, 

a. the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 2 of 
Table 3 opposite the name of the board in Column 
1 of Table 3, and 

b. the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-inter- 
nal pupils of the board and the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-external pupils of the board; and 

(b) the amount calculated as follows, 



100 xB 



X MR2 X E.A. 



O. Reg. 103/93 

or zero if such calculation 
is negative 



where. 



A = the excess of recognized expenditure for transportation 
over the amount calculated in clause (a), 

B = the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the day school A.D.E. of resident- 
external pupils of the board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 24. 

GRANT FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION 

25. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing technical education programs and services, a grant 
equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils 
of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 9 of 
Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 
O. Reg. 103/93, s. 25. 

GRANTS FOR PROGRAMS IN LIEU OF PROVINCIAL SERVICES 
FOR BLIND, DEAF OR DEAF-BLIND PUPILS 

26. — (1) Where a board provides in its schools a special education 
program in lieu of an education program provided in a provincial school 
for blind, deaf or deaf-blind pupils or other program approved by the 
Minister, the board, subject to the approval of the Minister, shall be paid 
a grant equal to the product of, 

(a) the sum of the number of teachers approved by the Minister and 
one-half of the number of teacher assistants approved by the 
Minister employed by the board for the purpose of providing 
such a special education program; and 

(b) $48,200 in the case of a program for elementary school pupils 
or $55,400 in the case of a program for secondary school 
pupils. 

(2) Subject to the approval of the Minister, where a board employs a 
qualified interpreter to assist an exceptional pupil who is otherwise 
admissible to a provincial school who is identified by the board's 
identification placement and review committee, established under 
Regulation 305 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1 990, as deaf or hard- 
of-hearing or employs a qualified transcriber to assist the teacher of an 
exceptional pupil who is identified by the board's identification 
placement and review committee as blind, the board shall be paid a grant 
calculated as follows: 



100 xB 



■ X MR2 X E 



.), 



or zero if such calculation 
is negative 



where, 



A = the sum of, 

(a) the number of interpreters approved by the Minister 
multiplied by $34,000, and 

(b) number of transcribers approved by the Minister 
multiplied by $28,000. 

B = the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of 
the board, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils of the 
board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 26. 

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN CARE, TREATMENT 
AND CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES 

27. — ( 1 ) Where a board employs a teacher to provide an educational 
program in. 



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(a) a psychiatric facility; 

(b) an approved charitable institution as defined in the Charitable 
Institutions Act; 

(c) an agency approved under subsection 8 ( 1 ) of Part I (Flexible 
Services) of the Child and Family Services Act; 

(d) an approved home as defined in the Homes for Retarded 
Persons Act; 

(e) a place of temporary detention, open custody or secure custody 
continued or established under section 89 of Part IV (Young 
Offenders) of the Child and Family Services Act; 

(f) a home for special care approved or licensed under the Homes 
for Special Care Act; 

(g) a Crippled Children's Treatment Centre classified as a Group 
K Hospital under the Public Hospitals Act; 

(h) The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; 

(i) The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa; 

(j) Bloorview Children's Hospital, Toronto; 

(k) Children's Hospital of Western Ontario, London; 

(1) Lyndhurst Hospital, Toronto; 

(m) a hospital in which an education program is discontinued subse- 
quent to December, 1980 as a result of dissolution of a board 
established under section 68 of the Act; 

(n) a nursing home approved or 1 icensed under the Nursing Homes 
Act; 

(o) a correctional institution as defined in the Ministry of Correc- 
tional Services Act; 

(p) a place of secure or open custody designated under section 24 
of the Young Offenders Act (Canada) or place of temporary 
detention designated under subsection 7 ( 1 ) of that Act, 

that is situated within the area of Jurisdiction of the board and in which 
no education program is provided by the Ministry and the Minister 
approves such education program, the board shall be paid a grant equal 
to, 

(q) the expenditure in 1993 for salary and related employee 
benefits of the teacher and an additional amount not in excess 
of $2.500 per teacher in respect of the expenditure of the board 
for administrative, consultative and supervisory services, for 
replacement of furniture and equipment and for the purcha,se of 
instructional supplies in respect of such program; and 

(r) expenditure in 1 993 for salary and related employee benefits of 
a teacher-aide to assist a teacher in the provision of such educa- 
tional program and an additional amount not in excess of 
$ 1 ,220 for each such teacher-aide. 

(2) The approval of the Minister referred to in subsection ( 1 ) shall be 
given only where the board has entered into a written agreement with the 
facility, home or institution, or the administrator thereof, setting out the 
responsibilities of the facility, home or institution for the provision of 
accommodation and the responsibilities of the board for the provision of 
the education program, including the number of teachers that the board 
agrees to provide. 

(3) Where a board referred to in subsection ( 1 ) incurs an expenditure 
for furniture or equipment or both for a classroom for an education 
program referred to in subsection ( 1 ), the board shall be paid a grant 
equal to the approved portion of such expenditure, except that the grant 
in respect of furniture and equipment for the classroom shall in no case 
exceed $3,300. 



(4) Where a board enters into a written agreement with a facility or 
hospital referred to in subsection (1), or with the administrator of such 
facility, to provide an educational program that was previously provided 
in the facility or hospital by the Ministry and the Minister approves such 
education program, the Minister may pay the board, in lieu of other 
grants payable under this Regulation in respect of the program, an 
amount equal to the operating cost that is approved by the Minister for 
the program. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 27. 

GRANT FOR SUMMER SCHOOL FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS, 
CONTINUING EDUCATION AND DRIVER EDUCATION 

28. A board shall be paid a grant equal to the greater of, 

(a) the product of, 

(i) $2,257, and 

(ii) the sum of the continuing education A.D.E. for grant 
purposes for the board, the portion of the summer school 
A.D.E. for grant purposes that is in respect of secondary 
school pupils of the board and the portion of the average 
daily enrolment calculated under clause 3 (a) of Ontario 
Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrol- 
ment) that is in respect of secondary school pupils who 
are enrolled in day school and who are enrolled in the 
classroom instruction portion of a course in driver 
education; and 

(b) the product of, 

(i) $4,034 in the case of elementary school pupils other than 
elementary school pupils enrolled in courses for which 
credit or credit equivalency is granted in the intermediate 
division or $4,966 in the case of secondary school pupils 
or elementary school pupils enrolled in courses for 
which credit or credit equivalency is granted in the 
intennediate division, 

(ii) the quotient obtained by dividing the grant payable to the 
board under section 8 by the R.O.E., and 

(iii) the sum calculated in subclause (a) (ii). O. Reg. 103/93, 
s. 28. 

GRANT FOR HERITAGE LANGUAGE 

29. Where a board conducts classes for heritage language instruction 
in a language other than English or French that are approved by the 
Minister, the board shall be paid a grant in respect of each such class that 
is equal to the product of $41 and the number of hours of classroom 
instruction except that where the quotient obtained by dividing the 
number of elementary school pupils enrolled in all such classes 
conducted by the board by the number of such classes is less than 25, the 
$41 per hour rate is reduced by the product of $1 and the difference 
between such quotient and 25. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 29. 

ASSISTANCE FOR COST OF EDUCATION AND FOR BOARD, 
LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION 

30. — ( 1 ) For the purpose of sections 31 to 38 inclusive, 

(a) ' 'cost of education' ' means an amount equal to the fee calcu- 
lated under section 3 or 4, as the case requires, of Ontario 
Regulation 104/93, (Calculation of Fees for Pupils); 

(b) ' 'Crown establishment' ' means an establishment maintained by 
a Department of the Government of Canada, a Crown company. 
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police or Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited, on lands held by the Crown in right of Canada 
that are not assessable for school purposes, and includes a 
reserve as defined in the Indian Act (Canada); 

(c) "Ontario Government establishment" means an establishment 
maintained by a Ministry of the Government of Ontario on 



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lands held by the Crown in right of Ontario or an establishment 
maintained by Ontario Hydro on lands held by it and in respect 
of which no payment attributable to elementary or secondary 
school purposes is made under the provisions of subsection 
52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act. 

(2) For the purposes of sections 3 1 to 38 inclusive, a person shall be 
considered not to reside in an Ontario Government establishment where 
the person resides in a residence owned by the person on lands that are 
within the Ontario Government establishment. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 30. 

31. Where a pupil who is not resident in a Crown Establishment 
resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of a, 

(a) school section and the pupil attends a public school; 

(b) school section or separate school zone and the pupil attends a 
separate school; or 

(c) secondary school district and the pupil attends a secondary 
school, 

operated by a board, the Minister shall pay the board the cost of 
education of the pupil. O. Reg. 1 03/93, s. 3 1 . 

32. Where a pupil, whose parent or guardian resides on land that is 
not rateable for school purposes, resides in an Ontario Government 
establishment and attends a school operated by a board, the Minister 
shall pay the board the cost of education of the pupil. O. Reg. 103/93, 
s. 32. 

33. Where a pupil, 

(a) who is resident within, 

(i) a psychiatric facility, 

(ii) an approved charitable institution as defined in the 
Charitable Institutions Act, 

(iii) an agency approved under subsection 8 (1) of Part I 
(Flexible Services) of the Childand Family Services Act, 

(iv) an approved home as defined in the Homes for Retarded 
Persons Act, 

(v) a home for special care approved or licensed under the 
Homes for Special Care Act, 

(vi) a nursing home approved or licensed under the Nursing 
Homes Act, or 



under an agreement made pursuant to section 1 87 or 1 88 of the Act the 
Minister shall pay the board thecost of education of the pupil. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 33. 

34. Where a board provides transportation to and from school or 
from school to school for a pupil for whom the Minister pays the cost of 
education, the Minister shall pay the board an amount equal to the 
amount that would be approved by the Minister for grant purposes for 
transportation if the pupil were a resident pupil of the board. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 34. 

35. Where under subsection 76 (3), 190 (9) or (12) of the Act, a 
board reimburses a parent or guardian of a pupil for whom the Minister 
pays the cost of education for the cost of board and lodging and 
transportation once a week from the pupil's residence to school and 
return, the Minister shall pay the board an amount approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes of the expenditure in respect of the pupil for 
board, lodging and transportation. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 35. 

PAYMENTS TO GOVERNING AUTHORITIES 

36. Where a pupil, who is not a resident in a Crown Establishment 
attends a school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec, and 
the pupil resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of, 

(a) a school section or separate school zone and the pupil attends 
an elementary school; or 

(b) a secondary school district and the pupil attends a secondary 
school, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the school the amount 
agreed upon between the governing authorities of the school and the 
Minister. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 36. 

37. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is resident in a school section, a separate school zone or a 
Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends an elementary school that is supported by taxation in 
Manitoba or Quebec, 

and, where in the opinion of the Minister, 

(d) daily transportation to the elementary school that the pupil 
would be required to attend in Ontario is impracticable due to 
distance and terrain; and 



(vii) a place of secure custody or open custody designated 
under section 24 of the Young Offenders Act (Canada) or 
place of temporary detention designated under subsec- 
tion 7 (1) of that Act; 

(b) who is detained in a place of temporary detention, open custody 
or secure custody continued or established under section 89 of 
Part IV (Young Offenders) of the Child and Family Senices 
Act; ^ 

(c) who is detained in a correctional institution as defined in the 
Ministry of Correctional Seiyices Act; 

(d) who is placed in an approved home as defined in the Mental 
Hospitals Act; or 

(e) who is a ward of the Crown under Part III (Child Protection) of 
the Child and Family Service Act, a ward of a children's aid 
society or in the care of a children's aid society and who has not 
been placed for adoption on a probationary basis. 



attends a day school operated by a board and the pupil is registered as a 
non-resident pupil in respect of whom no fee is receivable from Canada 



(e) the provision of board, lodging and transportation once a week 
is impracticable because of the age or handicap of the pupil, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the elementary school 
in respect of the education and related costs of such pupil amounts 
agreed upon between the governing authorities of the elementary school 
and the Minister. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 37. 

38. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section, a separate school zone or a 
Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a school operated by the Indian Affairs Branch of the 
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development on a 
reserve, 

the Minister shall pay the Crown in right of Canada in respect of the 
education of such pupil an amount agreed upon between the Department 
of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and the Minister. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 38. 



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ASSISTANCE FOR OPEN-ACCESS TUITION FEES 

39. — ( 1 ) A board other than a board referred to in subsection (2) shall 
be paid a grant equal to the sum of the amounts that are determined in 
respect of each of the boards with which the board has substantially the 
same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows, 

A X (B - D) 

where A and B have the same meaning as in clause (b) of the definition 
"recognized tuition fees", and where, 

D = the greater of, 

(i) the amount referred to as C in clause (b) of the defini- 
tion "recognized tuition fees", and 

(ii) the tuition fee that would be charged by the board for 
a non-resident pupil of the board as determined under 
clause 3 (I) (a) of Ontario Regulation 104/93 (Calcu- 
lation of Fees for Pupils), 

and where the amount is negative, it shall be zero. 

(2) A Roman Catholic school board to which subsection 129 (4) of 
the Act applies shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of the amounts that 
are determined in respect of each of the public boards with which the 
board has substantially the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, 
calculated as follows. 



A X (B - C) X 



(-1) 



where A, B. and C have the same meaning as in clause (b) of the 
definition "recognized tuition fees", and where, 

E= the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the Roman 
Catholic school board by the day school A.D.E. of resident- 
external pupils of the Roman Catholic school board, and 

F = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the public board 
with which the Roman Catholic school board has substantially 
the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction by the sum of 
the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils and the day 
school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils of the public board. 
O.Reg. 103/93, s. 39. 



January 1 , 1 992 were related to the operations of the 
English-language schools of the Prescott and Russell County Roman 
Catholic Separate School Board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 40. 

SECONDARY SCHOOL REORGANIZATION GRANT 

41. Where on or after the first day of January 1989, as a result of the 
reorganization of a French-English mixed secondary language school 
operated by the board prior to September I, 1985, a board establishes a 
French-language secondary school under section 29 1 of the Act, a grant, 
subject to the approval of the Minister, is payable to the board as 
follows, 

(a) where such school commenced operation in 1989, 1990 or 
1991, 

(i) $485 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September of 1993 where such enrolment is 
100 or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $60,700 and the amount of $42,400 plus 
$61 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September of 1993 where such enrolment is 
greater than 100; 

(b) where such school commenced operation in 1992, 

(i) $970 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September of 1993 where such enrolment is 
100 or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $ 1 2 1 ,400 and the amount of $84,800 plus 
$122 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September of 1993 where such enrolment is 
greater than 1 00; and 

(c) where such school commences operation in 1993, 

(i) $ 1 ,455 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September 1993 where such enrolment is 100 
or fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $ 1 82, 1 00 and the amount of $ 1 27.200 plus 
$183 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the 
last day in September 1993 where such enrolment is 
greater than 100. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 41. 



ASSISTANCE FOR EN BLOC TRANSFER 

40. — (I) A public board set out in Column I of Table 4 shall be paid 
a grant set out opposite in Column 3 of Table 4 in respect of the transfer, 
as an entire educational program, of one or more secondary schools 
operated by the public board to a Roman Catholic school board, by 
agreement between the two boards and the transfer is approved by the 
Minister, to assist the public board in offsetting operating costs in respect 
of employee salaries and benefits and administrative and other expendi- 
tures that are related to the operation of the school or schools and that 
could not be transferred to the Roman Catholic school board. 



(2) The Carleton Board of Education, The Carleton Roman Catholic 
Separate School Board, The Ottawa Board of Education and The Ottawa 
Roman Catholic Separate School Board shall be paid a grant set out in 
Columns 2 and 3 of Table 4 opposite the name of the board in Column 
1 of Table 4 in respect of the transfer, as an entire educational program, 
of one or more school s to The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School 
Board to assist in offsetting operating costs in respect of employee 
salaries and benefits and administrative and other expenditures that are 
related to the operation of the school or schools and that could not be 
transferred to The Ottawa-Carleton French-language School Board. 

(3) The conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de langue française de 
Prescott-Russell shall be paid a grant set out in Columns 2 and 3 of Table 
4 opposite the name of the board in Column I of Table 4 to assist in 
offsetting operating costs assumed by the conseil and which, prior to 



ADJUSTME?^ IN RESPECT OF CHANGE IN TAX REVENUE 
42. For the purpose of this section and section 43, 

(a) "equalized assessment for a board for 1992" means E.A. 
(equalized assessment for a board) as defined in Ontario 
Regulation 119/92 (General Legislative Grants) except that 
equivalent assessment for a municipality or locality shall be 
calculated using the rate levied in 1992 rather than the rate 
levied in 1991; 

(b) "change in taxation for 1992" for a board is the amount 
calculated as follows. 



A-B 



xC 



where. 



the equalized assessment for the board for 1992 that is 
calculated using, for each organized municipality within 
the jurisdiction of the board, 

I. the assessment for 1992, 

11. the tax levied under subsections 1 59 ( 1 2) and ( 1 3) of 
the Municipal Act that is allocated or paid to the 
board in 1992, and 



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III. the payment in lieu of taxes for 1992 payable to the 
board, 

as shown in the audited financial report of such munic- 
ipality for 1992, 

B = the equalized assessment for the board for 1992, 

C = the amounts the board requisitioned on, or levied or caused 
to be levied in, the municipalities and localities within the 
jurisdiction of the board, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive or negative 
amount; 

(c) "net adjustment in tax revenue" in respect of a board is 
calculated as follows, 

C-B-A 

where, 

A = the change in taxation for 1992 for the board, 

B = taxes receivable in 1992 under section 35 of the Assess- 
ment Act, 

C = amounts charged to the board by a municipality in 1992 
under section 421 of the Municipal Act, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive or negative 
amount; 

(d) "net expenditure for 1992" means, in respect of a board, the 
excess of, 

(i) the sum of the current expenditure for 1992, amounts 
provided in 1 992 for reserves and reserve funds, and tax 
adjustments charged to the board in 1992, 



(ii) current revenue for 1992 including transfers in such year 
from reserves and other funds and excluding current 
revenue from taxes, subscriptions in lieu of taxes, 
payments in lieu of taxes and trailer fees; 

(e) "netrecognizedexpenditurefor 1992" means the excess of the 
sum of R.O.E.,R.E.E., expenditure approved for capital project 
grants, recognized expenditure for textbooks, recognized 
expenditure for transportation, the eligible sum for full-day 
kindergarten, the eligible sum for French as a second language 
and the eligible sum for Native as a second language as defined 
in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 1 19/92 (General Legislative 
Grants), taxes receivable In 1992 under section 35 of the 
Assessment Act, and amounts charged to the board by a 
municipality in 1992 under section 421 of the Municipal Act 
over the sum of grants payable under sections 8, 20, 22, 23, 24 
and 51 and subsections 16 (I) and 17 (1) of such Regulation, as 
adjusted under section 43 thereof. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 42. 

43. In respect of a board an amount calculated as follows; ^ 



Ax 



B 



where, 

A = the net adjustment in the tax revenue for the board deter- 
mined under clause 42 (c), 

B= the net recognized expenditure for 1992 for the board 
determined under clause 42 (e), and 

C= the net expenditure for 1992 for the board determined 
under clause 42 (d), 



shall, 

(a) where the calculation results in a positive amount, be added to 
the grants payable to the board; and 

(b) where the calculation results i n a negative amount, be deducted 
from the grants payable to the board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 43. 

ASSISTANCE IN RESPECT OF DEBENTURES 

44. A board shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of, 

(a) the portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of expenditure 
for debt charges on debentures issued by the board, or on its 
behalf, on a secondary school building that is being used jointly 
by a public board and a Roman Catholic school board; and 

(b) the lesser of the amounts determined by the following calcula- 
tions: 

(i) A - (0.000097 X E.A.), or zero if such calculation is 
negative, and 



(ii) A 



where. 



>Bx25 



xMRl xE 



..). 



or zero if such calcu- 
lation is negative. 



A = A' + A' - A' - A* 

a' = the portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of 
expenditure for debt charges on debentures issued by the 
board, or on its behalf, prior to the first day of April, 
1 980 that is not approved by the Minister for inclusion in 
R.E.E., 

A^ = in the case of a Roman Catholic school board, the 
portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of payments 
made to a public board or a diocese in respect of debt 
charges on debentures related to a lease or purchase of a 
school building, 

A^ = the portion of the debt charges included in A' that is in 
respect of debt charges described in clause (a), 

A'' = in the case of a public board, the portion acceptable to 
the Minister in respect of payments received from a 
Roman Catholic school board in respect of debt charges 
on debentures related to a lease or purchase of a school 
building, 

B = day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the 
board. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 44. 

SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR POOLING 

45. A public board set out in Column I of Table I shall be paid a 
grant in the amount set out opposite in Column 2 of Table I in respect 
of the assessment and tax adjustments effected by Ontario Regulation 
1 23/92 and Ontario Regulation 1 24/92. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 45. 

GRANT FOR AN ISOLATE BOARD 

46. For the purpose of section 47, 

(a) "local taxation for grant purposes" means, the sum of, 

(i) the payment in lieu of taxes receivable by the isolate 
board, 

(ii) the portion of tax levied under subsections 1 59 ( 1 2) and 
( 1 3) of the Municipal Act that is allocated or paid to the 
isolate board, and 

(iii) the sum of the products obtained by multiplying, for 



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each municipality or locality withiti the area of jurisdic- 
tion of the isolate board, 

a. the quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 
and the assessment by the A.E.F. for grant purposes, 
and 

b. 0.00682 for elementary school purposes, or 0.00548 
for secondary school purposes, 

except where the municipality or locality is within the area of 
jurisdiction of a divisional board of education or a district or 
county combined separate school board, in which case the 
amount determined for the municipality or locality for the 
purpose of this subclause shall be the product of the assess- 
ment for the municipality or locality, 0.001 and the mill rate 
levied on residential property in the municipality or locality for 
elementary or secondary school purposes as the case may be in 
respect of such divisional board or district or county separate 
school board; 

(b) "net expenditure" means, the positive or negative sum 
obtained by subtracting from the isolate board's expenditure 
that is acceptable to the Minister, an amount that is acceptable 
to the Minister as revenue of the isolate board from grant 
payable under sections 31 to 35 inclusive and from sources 
other than local taxation and legislative grants. O. Reg. 
103/93, s. 46. 

47. — (I) Where, in respect of an isolate board except an isolate board 
referred to in subsection (3), the net expenditure exceeds the local 
taxation for grant purposes a grant equal to such excess shall be paid to 
the isolate board. 

(2) Where, in respect of an isolate board except an isolate board 
referred to in subsection (3), the local taxation for grant purposes 
exceeds the net expenditure, a portion of the legislative grants paid to the 
isolate board in previous years equal to such excess shall be paid by the 
isolate board to the Province of Ontario. 

(3) Where in the year 1993, 

(a) a district school area board is elected for a new district school 
area, a secondary school board is formed for a new secondary 
school district or a separate school board is elected for a new 
separate school zone; 

(b) information respecting the totals of the commercial assessment 
and of the residential and farm assessment rateable for public 
school purposes in the district school area, for secondary school 
purposes in the secondary school district or for separate school 
purposes in the separate school zone, as the case may be, is not 
available prior to the 1st day of July; and 

(c) such isolate board commences to operate a school on or after 
the 1st day of July or enters into an agreement with another 
board for the education in such year of its resident pupils, 

the isolate board shall be paid a grant equal to its net expenditure. 
O.Reg. 103/93, s. 47. 

GRANT FOR A BOARD ON TAX EXEMPT LAND 

48. For the purposes of sections 49 and 50, "cost of operating" 
means the excess of, 

(a) the current expenditure that is acceptable to the Minister for 
grant purposes excluding expenditure for debt charges, capital 
appurtenances, restoration of destroyed and damaged capital 
appurtenances, capital element included in rent, provision for 
a reserve for working funds, provisions for reserve funds and 
P.A.C. for resident-external pupils, 

over the sum of. 



(b) current revenue from sources other than from, 

(i) legislative grants, 

(ii) the organization for which the board was established, 
and 

(iii) refunds of expenditure, no part of which is eligible for 
grant; and 

(c) the excess of current expenditure for, 

(i) transportation of pupils, and 

(ii) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils, 

over, in each case, the amount approved by the Minister for 
such purpose. O. Reg. 103/93, s. 48. 

49. A board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act, other than 
a board that operates a school in a sanatorium, a hospital, a crippled 
children 's treatment centre or a centre for the treatment of cerebral palsy, 
shall be paid a grant of fifty per cent of the lesser of, 

(a) the board's cost of operating; and 

(b) the sum of, 

(i) the product of $4,034 in the case of an elementary school 
pupil or $4,966 in the case of a secondary school pupil 
and the sum of, 

a. the average daily enrolment calculated under section 

2 of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Aver- 
age Daily Eruolment), 

b. the continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes, 

c. the average daily enrolment calculated under section 

3 of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Aver- 
age Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of enrolment 
of pupils of the board in summer schools conducted 
by the board in a course for which credit is granted or 
in a course that the board is authorized or required to 
provide in its day school program in grades 1 to 8, 
and the course is approved by the Minister for grant 
purposes, and 

d. the average dai ly enrolment calculated under clause 3 
(a) of Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of enrol- 
ment of pupils of the board in the classroom instruc- 
tion portion of a course of driver education conducted 
by the board, 

(ii) the tuition fees payable by the board, 

(iii) the portion approved by the Minister for grant purposes 
of the board's expenditure for the transportation of 
pupils. O.Reg. 103/93, s. 49. 

50. A board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act and that 
operates a school in a sanatorium, a hospital, a crippled children's 
treatment centre or a centre for the treatment of cerebral palsy shall be 
paid a grant of, 

(a) 80 per cent of the salaries of teachers and temporary teachers 
for the current year; 

(b) 80 per cent of the excess of, 

(i) expenditure for the current year approved by the Minis- 
ter for grant purposes for transportation of pupils and 
board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils. 



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over. 



(ii) the sum of the amounts payable under sections 34 and 
35; and 

(c) 50 per cent of the excess of, 

(i) the sum of the cost of operating for the current year and 
the revenue for the current year referred to in clause 48 
(b), 



(ii) expenditure for the current year for, 

a. salaries of teachers and temporary teachers, 

b. transportationof pupils, and 

c. board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils. 
O. Reg. 103/93, s. 50. 

Category 4 — Capital Grants 

CAPITAL projects GRANTS 

51. — (1) A board shall be paid a grant in respect of each project of 
the board for the acquisition of capital appurtenances that is approved by 
the Minister for direct capital grant financing, calculated as follows. 



( X C X E.A. ) 

\ iOOxB / 



where, 

A = the lesser of the project cost approved by the Minister for 
grant purposes calculated in accordance with the Capital 
Grant Plan, 1979, as amended, and the expenditure of the 
board that is the sum of, 

(i) current expenditure on the project, and 

(ii) expenditure on the project in 1993 and prior years from 
funds other than current revenue except expenditure for 
which a grant is payable under a previous regulation, 

B = the sum of, 

(i) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the 
board, and 

(ii) the day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils of the 
board, 

C = the amount determined as follows, 

(i) 0.000009 in respect of a project for provision of a 
secondary school, or an addition thereto, operated under 
Part XII of the Act, or 

(ii) 0.000072 in respect of a growth related project for the 
provision of a secondary school, or an addition thereto, 
or a secondary school site approved by the Minister on 
or after April 20, 1989 and is a project other than a 
project referred to in (i), or 

(iii) 0.000131 in respect of a growth related project for the 
provision of an elementary school, or an addition thereto, 
or an elementary school site approved by the Minister on 
or after April 20, 1989, or 

(iv) zero in respect of a project for the provision of a child 
care centre, or 

(v) 0.000045 in respect of other projects for secondary 
school purposes, or 



(vi) 0.000082 is respect of other projects for elementary 
school purposes. 

(2) A board shall be paid, in respect of each project of the board 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes for the renewal of techno- 
logical equipment, a grant equal to the lesser of $ 1 2,500 and the amount 
approved by the Minister as contributions made by business, industry 
and labour to the board for such project. 

(3) A board shall be paid, in respect of the research and design of a 
project of the board approved by the Minister to meet the requirements 
of the "Reasonable Use Policy" of the Ministry of the Environment, a 
grant equal to the product of 0.9 and the lesser of the amount approved 
by the Minister and the expenditure of the board for the research and 
design of such project. O. Reg. 1 03/93 , s. 5 1 . 

TABLE 1 

SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR POOLING 



Column 1 

Boards of Education 

Cochrane-Iroquois Falls 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Espanola 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Hamilton 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Hearst 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Kapuskasing 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Metropolitan Toronto 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Niagara South 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Peel 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Sault Ste Marie 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Sudbury 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Timmins 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 

Windsor 

- Elementary Schools 

- Secondary Schools 



Column 2 

Special Compensation 

144,559 
124,826 

130,859 



924.790 
506,093 



11,698 



265,075 
277,028 



3,581,111 
5,101,564 



163,743 



187,271 



6,764 
78,427 



144,192 
99,284 



157,116 
343,072 



120,976 
245,217 



408,073 
O.Reg. 1 03/93, Table 1. 



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(1) 



TABLE 2 
1993 SELECTED GRANTS (rS PER PUPIL) 

(I) (3) (4) (3) (6) O) («) (9) (10) (11) 

SMALL SMALL SMALL GOODS A œMP. LANGUAGE MIXED TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS 

SCHOOLS BOARD SECTIONS SERVICES EDUCATION INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS EDUCATION TOTAL * EXPERIENCE 



BOARDS OF EDUCATION 

ATDCOKAN 
Elemenury 
Secoodary 

BRANT 

Banenury 
Secoodary 

BRUCE 

QanoUry 
Secoodiry 

CARLEFON 
Elemenury 
SecocKliry 

CENTRAL ALGO MA 
Elementary 
Secondary 

CHAPLEAU 
EloDenury 
Secondary 

COCHRANE mOQLOlS FALLS 
Elemenury 
Secondary 

DRYDEN 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DUFFERIN 
Elemeotary 
Secondary 



9J7 



«13JI 
339.02 



43.C3 



\tu 


140.W 


- 


221 J2 


_ 


U6J3 


.429 JS 


441J5 




135J7 


tUM 


213.43 


133.2« 


9(U9 


464 J4 


l«7i)4 


. 


1.76 


- 


92J7 



xa.it 



421.93 
337.72 



21.72 
27.13 



108.00 
6<.0O 



339 J3 


iMxn 


43<J4 


61.00 


399 J9 


iai.m 


494.30 


61.00 


392.S3 


101.00 


490J6 


61.00 


413J3 


Ko.n 


332JI 


113.00 



■as» 

6«.47 



- 


- 


945J1 


- 


- 


131.29 


2.33SJ6 


- 


. 


_ 


_ 


74i5 


- 


- 


3J0 


14J0 


_ 


_ 


i\m 


31 J5 


- 


- 


163.07 


47.91 


_ 


. 


31 J8 


36 J9 


" 


- 


6«.47 


2IJ1 


_ 


_ 


643.97 


2S4.72 


- 


63 J7 


fam^ 


74J7 


. 


. 


1.193.94 


_ 


.12IJ3 


(633 


4,13224 


23.92 






636.20 




2(3.03 


97.16 


1.510.7» 


94.42 


. 


_ 


839 J8 


16i7 


- 


- 


1.278:66 


- 


. 




8.76 


S4J1 


- 


• .66 


100.93 


_ 



DURHAM 
Bemeetary 
Secondary 



EAST PARRY SOL-ND 
Elementary 
Secondary 

ELGIN 

Bementary 
Secondary 

ESPANOLA 
Bemeotary 
Secondary 



128J1 



97 i» 



79i2 
179.93 



169.12 
217.14 



231.09 
294J2 



68.74 



233 JO 

294 J2 



71.00 
45.00 



108.00 
68.00 



- 


509.62 


- 


33 J4 


552J1 


64.00 


_ 


13^3 


26.72 


26.14 


44.28 


- 


_ 


6Cr7« 


142J2 


33.76 


726 J9 


96.79 



ESSEX 

Bementary 
Secoodary 



123.71 



FORT FRANCES RAINY RIVER 
Bementary 
Secondary 

FRONTENAC 
Bementary 
Secoodary 

GERALDTON 
Bementary 
Secoodary 

GREY 

Bementary 
Secoodary 



103.73 


115.41 




421.93 


108.x 


267J6 


171.64 




537.72 


68.00 


29» 




4.60 


14.75 


71.00 


27.43 


- 


8.33 


18.44 


43il0 


426 J9 


311.02 


.. 


421.93 


108 .œ 


1,386*4 


292J4 


170.75 


530.79 


68i» 



31J6 



127.44 



14.94 



751.09 


36 J9 


1.09080 


39i9 


12023 


106.68 


164.69 


109J9 


1J67J4 
2.576.46 


133.61 




33.19 


14.94 


10834 



219 



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TABLE 2 
1993 SELECTED GRANTS (S'S PER PUPIL) 



O. Reg. 103/93 



'1) 



O) 


O) 


SMALL 


SMALL 


SCHOOLS 


BOARS 



W) (5) (6) (7) (S) TO 

SMALL GOODS* OOMP. LANGUAGE MIXED TECHNICAL 

SECTIONS SEKVIŒS EDUCATION INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS EDUCATION 



(10) (11) 

QUALinCATIONS 
TOTAL «EXPERIENCE 



BOARDS OF EDUCATION 



HALDIMAND 
Bonenuiy 
Secondary 

HALfflUKTON 
ElemenMry 
Secoodtry 

HALTON 
Bcmenury 
Secoodiry 

HAMILTON 
HemenUry 
Secoodtry 

HASTINGS 
Elemeoury 
Secondary 

HEARST 
Bemenury 
Secondary 

HORNEPAYNE 
BemeoUry 
Secondary 

HURON 

Bementary 
Secondary 

KAPUSKASING 
Bemeoury 
Secondary 

IŒNORA 

Bementary 
Secondary 

KENT 

Bemeolary 
Secondary 

KIRKLANDLAKE 
Bementary 
Secondary 

LAKE SUPERIOR 
Bementary 
Secondary 

LAKEHEAD 
Bementary 
Secondary 

LAMBTON 
Bemenury 
Secondary 

LANARK 
Bementary 
Secondary 

LEEDS A GRENVILLE 
Bememary 
Secondary 

LENNOX & ADDINGTON 
Bemeolary 
Secondary 



uija 



IDl» 



IXS9 



IM 



\93S 



U2» 
TIM 



124^ 
2«L40 



SlOJl 
3.710^ U9t.06 



743.69 
\T91M UIOJ« 



44.07 



2MJ3 391JO 

61SJ2 294.71 



MJt 120.44 

in.7i 



I«2.13 


lUJC 


392J« 


204J2 


ru 


12tJ0 


n3j» 


197.49 



67^ 



23.73 


- 


27.03 


3.06 


57 J9 


23.71 


«9.47 


106.93 



«6.11 



IS3XI 


711» 


- 


193 J7 


43X10 


- 






40.16 


- 


- 


34J3 




1440) 


46J7 


- 


92.00 


31.40 


VM 


_ 


_ 


23 JS 


- 


- 


416.33 


106.00 




S16J4 


66.00 


- 


411.69 


106.00 


. 


31641 


68.00 


_ 



407.68 


i08.œ 


302^ 


itJK 


412.00 


i6aoo 


313.00 


ii3.œ 





33» J7 


71.00 


iO.99 


422.93 


45.00 




4Î1.93 


106.00 


12.13 


337.72 


66i)0 


_ 


213.61 


106.00 


- 


267.01 


66.00 


^ 






4.36 


^ 


_ 


6.66 


_ 


_ 



71.00 
43.00 



43.66 



30ilO 
30X)0 



- 


16.26 


- 


30.71 


12» J7 


- 


_ 


462J3 


29.92 


39.26 


541JB 


- 




4ai6 




- 


34JS 


T7i3 


■_ 


i90j; 




4J6 


139M 


- 


. 


36.36 


4643 


- 


25J5 


131J6 


_ 


1,037.06 




- 


5,38733 


U5.93 


^ 


1.263 J» 


. 


}47^ 


6.034i2 


- 


_ 


7.74 


114.73 


- 


44X17 


99.04 


_ 


I.13S.71 


. 


21.18 


1.619.77 


- 




767 J2 


171 J6 


- 


616.71 


101.19 


^ 


1.C3 


116.18 


Oj69 


0.69 


95« 


_ 


760J6 


112.69 


0.78 


1.126.2» 


20J3 


. 


666.36 




23 JS 


1.744J1 


- 


_ 


m.63 


203 J 1 


- 


335.01 


329.66 


_ 


23J1 


16.49 


- 


67.22 


44.91 


. 


71.00 


40.93 


- 


112^ 


69J9 


_ 


23.73 


65 J9 


19.01 


49.10 


157.66 


_ 


111.77 




17.13 


245.73 


29.66 



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TABLE 2 
1993 SELECTED GRAPfTS {tS PER PUPIL) 



(1) 


C) 

SMALL 

SCHOOLS 


O) 
SMAIX 
BOARD 


(4) 

SMALL 

SECnONS 


(5) 

Gonxt* 

SERVICES 1 


(6) 

OOMP. 

EDUCATION 


(7) 
LANGUAGE 
INSTRUCTION 


(t) 

MIXED 

SCHOOLS 


(9) 
TECHNICAL 
EDUCATION 


(10) (11) 

QUALIFICATIONS 
TOTAL «EXPERIENCE 


BOAHD8 OF EDUCATION 






















LINCOLN 
Bemeaury 
SecooiUry 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7IX» 
45.00 


- 


- 


- 


71ja0 
45.00 


14058 
11199 


LONDON 
Elonenury 
Secomlary 


_ 


_ 


l.«5 
3.74 


: 


71.00 
43.00 


20.96 

77.78 


8.14 


12.39 


93J1 
14723 


Ï7J9 
91.40 


MANTTOULIN 
Elmcntvy 
SecoDdvy 


62J3 


1M.9« 
239 J2 


-- 


2S0.19 


IIOOO 
113.00 


- 


- 


48.66 


697/a 
756.12 


- 


METRO TORONTO 
EtemcBUry 


: 


- 


0.02 


- 


144.00 
9X00 


105.66 
279J5 


- 


- 


249.66 
371.87 


- 


MICHmCOTEN 
ElemeoCAry 
Secondny 


IJ30.17 


407.17 
319.04 


249.42 


409.41 
302.41 


lOt.OO 
6«00 


- 


- 


38J1 


924.65 

2.727J5 


4328 


MIDDIJvSEX 
Elementary 
Secondary 


3.73 
41.21 


45.11 


-- 


- 


- 


2jn 


- 


3.12 


3.73 
92.40 


34J5 

96M 


MUSKOKA 
Elemeaary 


4735 


Oi47 
9130 


- 


153 .(2 
193 J7 


71.00 
43.00 


- 


- 


24 JO 


272.6» 
356.17 


43J7 
60.07 


NUGAKA SOLTH 
Bemeoury 
Secondary 


3.19 
13.14 


- 


an 


- 


711» 
43ilO 


2J7 


- 


17J0 


74,19 
77*2 


95J9 

136.71 


>«PIGON-RED ROCK 
Bemenury 
Secondary 


776J6 


273 J« 
419.69 




421.93 
537.72 


101.00 
61.00 




- 


80.71 


1.091.43 
1.88198 


121.93 


NIPISSING 
BemenCary 
Secondary 


16.94 
«S.19 


37.76 


6.76 
15.19 


133 J2 
193 J7 


71.00 
43A) 


\iZ\ 


26.09 


- 


2UJ2 
40181 


63J2 
95.07 


NORFOLK 
Baneaary 
Secondary 


- 


51 JX 


-- 


- 


- 


15.44 


- 


1.77 


13.44 
5183 


3182 

20.74 


NORTH SHORE 
Bonailary 
Secondary 


n.i-1 

27117 


116.99 
129.13 


072 


293.45 

361J7 


10)00 

6i.n 


- 


- 


- 


390.61 
83129 


12128 


NORTHUMBERLAND & NEWCASTLE 

Bementary 1S.61 
Secondary 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15.61 


- 


OTTAWA 
Bemeaary 
Secondary 


- 


- 


- 


- 


lOg.M 
61.00 


117.98 
120.88 


- 


- 


223.98 
188J8 


- 


OXFORD 

Bemeoury 
Secondary 


- 


- 


•• 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18.88 
6712 


FEB. 

Baneuary 
Secondary 


: 


: 


: 


: 


: 


89 J8 
7199 


- 


- 


89 J8 
7199 


11199 


PERTH 

Bemenlary 
Secondary 


- 


21.26 




- 


- 


- 


- 


2.42 


23.68 


16.56 
36.14 


PEIERBOROUGH 
Banentary 
Secondary 


4.70 
7.1» 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


4.70 
7.18 


4133 



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TABLE 2 
1993 SELECTED GRANTS (S'S PER PUPIL) 



(1) 


C) 

SMALL 

SCHOOLS 


(3) 
SMAU. 
BOARD 


w 

SMALL 
SECTIONS 


C5) 
GOODS* 
SERVKXS 1 


(6) 

œMP. 

EDUCATION 


(7) 
LANGUAGE 
INSTRUCnON 


MIXED 
SCHOOLS 


C») 
TCCHNICAL 
EDUCATION 


(10) <11) 

QUALIFICATIONS 
TOTAL * EXPERIENCE 


BOARDS OF EDUCATION 






















PRESCXJITARUSSn.!, 
EloneDUffy 


tui 

MTJO 




C4.ZI 


IOjOS 


71A) 
4SA> 


- 


- 


- 


2M.49 
73«.9a 


J7/47 


PRINCE EDWARD 
Qcmeaury 
Secoodary 


22J7 


ma» 

lout 


: 


SOiX) 
10X0 


: 


: 


- 


22.19 


141.56 
25JJ7 


71.74 
«9J7 


RED LAKE 
Bemenuty 
Secoodtry 


34IJ* 


1MM 


- 


«UJl 

sn.72 


IMU» 
11100 


- 


- 


- 


792J1 
1.290i)0 


- 


RENFREW 
ElemcDlaiy 


31M 


- 


-- 


vun 


7ijao 


- 


- 


- 


103.07 
74.03 


10.17 
164.47 


SAULTS-ITi MARIE 
QemcnUry 
Secoodoy 


MSI 


U2 


- 


last 

MM 


lOMO 
Mi» 


- 


- 


- 


391.S4 
391.68 


257.44 


SIMCOE 

Bcmenury 
Secondiry 


US 

12M 


- 


1.» 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.25 
16.42 


8648 
79.99 


STORMONT DL-NDAS GLENGARRY 
Elemenury 
Secoodny 


U.9i 


- 


7.«3 
11.40 


- 


71i» 
4Si» 


- 


25.12 


- 


103.78 
81.52 


4071 
132J3 


SinJBURY 
Hanoury 
Secondoy 


nsi 


- 


- 


151X1 
ltSJ7 


lOUO 

sua 


- 


19J4 


11J« 


290J0 
327.74 


99/49 
214J4 


TIMISKAMING 

Qemcoury 
Seconltry 


IIUI 

14ZM 


107J1 
l«a72 


- 


znjB 

34M4 


4Si» 


- 


- 


14>2 


591.45 
711J2 


98.75 
58.64 


TIMMINS 
Elementary 


«.77 


140.19 


18.S9 


2I0J4 
3X.71 


lOtiB 
Mi» 


- 


- 


35.49 


489.22 
600J9 


83.45 


VICTORL\ 
Elemenury 


- 


M.7« 


. : 


- 


: 


: 


- 




54.76 


- 


WATERLOO 
Bcmenury 
Secondary 


lia 


- 


-- 


: 


71 in 

4Si» 


34J0 
57.02 


- 


- 


106.81 
102.02 


56.64 

65.43 


WEI.IJNGTON 
Bemeoury 
Secoodary 


- 


- 


~ 


: 


: 


43.6S 


: 


: 


43.68 


111.91 


WENTWORTH 
Bemeouiy 
Secondary 


- 


- 


•■ 


- 




92i 

15.41 


- 


- 


92i 
15.41 


1075 
199.16 


WEST PARRY SOUND 
Bemcnury 
Secoodary 


tUM 


2U34 


y 


2» J» 
2MJZ 


71 i» 
4Si» 


: 


- 


40/48 


533.45 

582J4 


33.11 
5343 


WINDSOR 
Bementary 
Secondary 


- 


- 


: 


- 


144.00 
»2.» 


11.S3 
M.7Ï 


- 


- 


13078 


252.11 
337 J3 


YORK REGION 
Bcmenury 
Secondary 


- 


- 


-- 


- 


- 


103.S3 
64.40 


- 


- 


103.83 
64.40 


- 



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1993 SELECTED GRANTS (S^S PER PUPIL) 



(1) 



ROMAN CATVO-IC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 



0) 


(Ï) 


(4) 


«) 


(O 


(T) 


(1) 


m 


{10) 


(11) 


SMALL 


SMALL 


SMALL 


GOODS A 


COM?. 


LANGUAGE 


MIXED 


TECHNKAL 




QUALinCATlONS 


SCHOOLS 


BOAKS 


SBCnONS 


SEXVXrES 


EDUCATION 


INSTRUCTION 


SCHOOLS 


EDUCATION 


TOTAL 


AEXPERŒNCS 



BRANT 

EkniBiury 
Secondary 

BRUCE-GREY 

Ekmeoury 
Secondary 

CARLETON 
Ekmeoury 
Secondary 

CHAPLEAU. PANET A CAVERLY 
EiuiMAUary 

Seooodary 

COCMIANE-IROQUOIS FALLS 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DRYDEN 

Elementary 
Secondary 

DUFFERIN-PEEL 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DURHAM 

Elementary 
Secondary 

ELGIN 

Elementary 
Secondary 

ESSEX 

Elementary 
Secondary 

FORT FRANCES RAINY RIVER 
Elementary 
Secondary 

FRONTENAC-LENNOX &. ADDINGTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 

GERALDTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HALTON 

Ekmoitary 
Secondary 

HAMILTON- WENTWORTH 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HASTINGS PRINCE EDWARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

HEARST 

Elemenlary 
Secondary 

HURON-PERTH 
EleiTxntary 
Secondary 



StM 



47J6 
I4xe3 






»6i 
MOO 



I0.Ï7 
2.0 



itiM 



9<a 



1S4.62 144Jé 

U17.44 «0*6 



231.33 3n60 l»M 



33.02 391.W lUiJO 

493.32 UJOO 



421.9) 110.00 



4JI 
4MI 



437^9 



3J9 



SJ3 



132JI 
373 J» 



137.11 
77.37 



2&03 

2S.«4 



714 
29.39 



42.^ 
71 J3 



19.J» 
1I0J3 



421.9) 10*00 



(.30 23.42 63.00 

23.24 3aOO 40.00 



171.0) 421.9) lOi.00 



IS.4é 1.04 



US 



119.7» 


4t.94 
161.70 


sail 

147J0 


\i6M 

Vnji 


49 JO 

17J7 


34.77 

26s.ca 



- 


ihm 


- 


77.00 


■sa.00 


iJX 


]OlOO 


2.00 


4iaoi 


101.00 


31133 


6S.00 


12.72 




3aoa 


_ 



IISlM 
ISIJt 



1)&13 
43012 



11.33 
113 



\ 33231 



131.90 
2J6Li2 



I3T1I 



30Li< 
93.26 



139.72 
i6a97 



5.89 
63.47 



I3I.9S 
277.12 



i3*an 



1161 




3.27 




139.n 




77.00 




201.72 




193.70 


- 


714.36 


144.64 


lflli70 


91.11 


116,99 




313.39 


- 



223 



730 



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TABLE 2 
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O. Reg. 103/93 



(1) 


m 

SMALL 
SCHOOLS 


(Ï) 
SMALL 
»OA«P 


(4) 

SMALL 

SBCnONS 


(5) (6) 
OOOOSA COMP. 
SBtVICBS EDUCATION 


CD 
LANOUAGB 
INSTRUCTION 


(!) 

MIXED 

SCHOOLS 


(9) 
TECHNICAL 
EDUCATION 


(10) (11) 

(}UALI?1CATI0NS 
TOTAL A EXPERIENCE 


ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 


















KAPUSKASING 
Eknxnury 
Secooday 




101.49 
230.11 


25.70 


3H.I1 

497.95 


10(A) 






Ml 


T47M 
tfillM 


73J0 


KENORA 

Ekmeoxary 
Sccondvy 


MMI 


171.01 
71 J. U 


- 


414.7» 
537.72 


liOi» 
115i)0 


- 


- 


- 


■HIM 
UMTt 


i4J2 


KENT 

Ekmcnury 
Seoondary 


M.16 
164.74 


174J4 


45.76 


ISlM 


- 


I0.Z7 


- 


- 


MM 

411.49 


- 


HRICLAND LAKE 
Ekfueoxvy 
Sectndvy 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


KIRKIAND/nMISKAMING 
Ekmcmary 


»M4 

21033 


•1.49 


- 


33116 
31023 


71 JO 
45A> 


- 


- 


- 


M3u29 

9IAS2 


JOlM 
123.71 


LAKEHEAD 
EJennttary 
SeooMlity 


- 


13147 


1.43 

3a52 


213.61 
27I.U 


lOIJ» 
61.00 


23.60 
35.«3 


4). 14 


- 


S9M4 


169.17 


LAMBION 

Elemosuiy 
Secondvy 


4.7» 
(4.61 


I43.2S 


5J7 
33.72 


11.19 




-■ 


- 


- 


lOUS 
ÏTIS1 


n.30 

9.2» 


LANARK! FFDS GRENVILLE 
FJonenury 
Secondary 


6M7 
SM.IO 


3a63 
239.36 


IZJ5 


11.32 

3aoa 


3100 
lijOO 


- 


- 


- 


147.97 
7»U« 


- 


LINCOLN 
Elanoiury 
Seoondary 


- 


97 J« 


Z39 

22.71 


- 


TIJO 
4JjOO 


- 


32.93 


- 


IM.02 


10J.M 
)1C7 


LONDON-MIDDLESEX 
Eleroeniary 
Secondary 


6.94 

M.71 


1.44 


2.23 
12.95 


- 


StJM 
MM 


3.79 

2126 




- 


«•.91 

103.3* 


- 


METRO SEPARATE 
Secondary 


7.23 


- 


1.74 


- 


I44J)0 
9100 


110.21 
76.96 






2»l.]t 

177.93 


45.6» 


MICHIWCOTEN 
Secondary 


149.86 


ZJJ.65 


153.13 


39&4I 


1Q«A) 




- 


- 


l/)4«.12 


23.C7 


MPISSING 
Elemoiury 
Secondary 


71J1 


97 J2 


- 


1S3.R 
193.37 


71 J» 
45JO 




- 


- 


31142 
409LI0 


laAII 
IMJ9 


NORTH OF SUPERIOR 
Ekmostary 
Secondary 


749*) 


166.13 


51.19 


421.93 


lOIJO 


- 


- 


- 


1A»7JS 


- 


NORTH SHORE 

Elememary 
Secondary 


I1.&3 


103.72 




313.47 


100.00 




: 




(o«,n 


96.10 


ariAWA 

Eloneniary 
Secondary 




104.09 


- 


^ 


lOlM 


50.33 
130.03 






IJUI 

3<n.i2 


- 


OXFORD 

Elementary 
Secondary 


120.41 
47a7» 


100.91 
304.44 


14.44 
1SU9 


29.47 








- 


ntM 


90.47 



PETERBOROUGH VICTORIA 
NORTHUMBERLAND ft NEWCASTLE 

Ekmouary 13.97 

Seooodary 1903 



3.65 

2A03 



17.62 
34MT 



224 



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TABLE 2 
1993 SELECTED GRANTS (f-S PER PUPIL) 



731 



(1) 


m 

SMALL 
SCHOOU 


<J) 

SMALL 
BOAKO 


(4) 

SMALL 

SBCnONS 


(5) 
OOODSA 
SERVICES 


(6) 
COMF. 

EDUCATION 


C7) 
LANCUAOE 
WSTHUCTION 


(I) (»> 
MIXED TECHNICAL 
SCHOOLS EDUCATION 


(10) (11) 

QUALlPlCAnONS 
TOTAL *EXPHUENCB 


ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOAF 


IDS 

20032 
1J99.42 


- 


3000 


7IJ0O 
43.00 


_ 


1171 


371.43 
1.161.56 




PRESCOTT A RUSSELL - 
Ektnentiry 


•ENGLISH 

1.473.43 


- 


RENFREW 
EJemouaiy 
Secondary 


I2&M 
434.13 


11.46 

201.12 


(0.30 


1141 
30.00 


71J0 
45.00 




- 


2ZL10 

77155 


65.41 
•2.37 


SAULT STB MARIE 
Ekmonvy 
SoooooMiy 


164.00 


un 

1114B 


30.67 


3Ji»7 
322.17 


lOtjOO 


; 


- 


iTon 

717.16 


223J9 
Z74J1 


SIMCOE 

Ekraeoury 
Seoondry 


40iN 
1IM3 


71.11 


11.76 


1111 




- 


- 


4091 
127.60 


■■ 


STORMONT DUNDAS GLENGARRY 

Ekmocary 6IJT 
SeoandBy tSM 


111.47 


- 


1030 


71J0O 
45.00 


■- 


- 


13157 
239.15 


- 


SUDBURY 
Elememiry 
SccoQovy 


«.» 


20.41 


- 


15112 
19137 


lOtJ» 
MOO 


- 


- 


104.95 
2*110 


6t.0l 

77.» 


TIMISKAMING 
Ekmcaary 
Seoondvy 


- 


: 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


TTMMINS 

Ekmentary 
Seccodary 


4.73 
»3.»5 


34.S 
141J» 


7.90 


SMlM 
35671 


loti» 

ttJ» 


- 


71*4 


42tJ5 

741J9 


41.63 


WATERLOO 
Elemenuffy 
SecoKlny 


MT 


- 


aT4 


- 


7IJ00 
45iX> 


41 2> 
10.30 




131.19 
12110 


- 


WFIJAND 

ElODCDtBy 

Secoodvy 


17.T7 


SI.» 


- 


- 


7\J0B 
45jOO 


3.46 


- 


M.77 
10044 


141.07 


WHJJNGTON 
Elemoitsy 
ScGoadary 


15.70 


l».75 
14J.70 


I1J« 


L33 


- 


" 


- 


47.01 
154.21 


- 


WDJDSOR 
Elemenury 
Secondary 


MM 


- 


11.33 


- 


144.00 
9100 


t.61 

laio 




15161 
IM.51 


234.91 
11.55 


YORK 

Ekmentiry 
Secondary 


- 


- 


SM 


- 


- 


77.92 
11.23 


10.05 


77,92 
2654 





OFTAWA-CARLETON FRENOI 
LANCHJAGE SCHOOL BOARD 



PUBUC SECTOR 

Ekmcnuiy 
Scocodiry 

ROMAN CATHOUC SECTOR 
EletnoiUBy 
Secoodny 



•6.72 
96.15 



SIjOO 
MX» 



51jOO 
34JI0 



119172 


- 


14119 


123.00 


5(.02 


93.32 


97.01 


45.05 



PRESCOfT-RUSSELL FRENCH 

Mlaiimilaiy 

Secoodvy 



6ai4 



71jOO 
45j00 



225 



13LI4 

12142 90146 

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(1) 



BOARDS OF EDUCATION 

ATIKOKAN 
Bomentary 
Secondary 

BRANT 

Elementary 
Secondary 

BRUCE 

Elementary 
Secondary 

CARLETON 
Elementary 
Secondary 

CENTRAL ALGOMA 
Elementary 
Secor>dary 

CHAPLEAU 
Elementary 
Secondary 

COCHRANE IROQUOIS FALLS 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DRYDEN 

Elementary 
Secondary 

DUFFERIN 
Elementary 
Secondary 

DURHAM 
Elementary 
Secondary 

EAST PARRY SOUND 
Elementary 
Secondary 

ELGIN 

Elementary 
Secondary 

ES PANOLA 
Elementary 
Secondary 

ESSEX 

Elementary 
Secondary 

FORT FRANCES-RAINY RIVER 

Elementary 
Secondary 

FRONTENAC COUNTY 

Elementary 
Secondary 

GERALTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 

GREY 

Elementary 
Secondary 



TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 




(2) 

1993 

PER PUPIL 

AMOUNT 


(1) 




BOARDS OF EDUCATION 




HALDIMAND 


454.60 
471.55 


Elementary 
Secondary 


132.77 
157.05 


HALIBURTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 


288.93 
327.64 


HALTON 

Elementary 
Secondary 


139.88 
168.85 


HAMILTON 

Elementary 
Secondary 


371.84 
402.96 


HASTINGS 
Elementary 
Secondary 


457.41 
477.73 


HEARST 

Elementary 
Secondary 


455.22 
515.00 


HORNEPAYNE 
Elementary 
Secondary 


345.82 
381 .96 


HURON 

Elementary 
Secondary 


238.98 
277.61 


KAPUSKASING 
Elementary 
Secondary 


91.82 
119.31 


KENORA 
Elementary 
Secondary 


392.35 
442.47 


KENT 

Elementary 
Secondary 


212.24 
246.64 


KIRKLANO LAKE 
Elementary 
Secondary 


376.53 
385.09 


LAKE SUPERIOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 


193.45 
218.55 


LAKEHEAO 
Elementary 
Secondary 


413.12 
435.90 


LAMBTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 


249.14 
270.01 


LANARK 

Elementary 
Secondary 


394.71 
429.33 


LEEDS a GRENVILLE 
Elementary 
Secondary 


272.98 
310.33 


LENNOX i ADOINGTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 



TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 



(2) 

1993 

PER PUPIL 

AMOUNT 



247.60 
282.23 



419.13 
489.37 



67.19 
75.82 



10.00 
16.73 



282.15 

317.76 



515.00 
515.00 



349.62 
382.78 



285.06 
323.40 



487.51 
513.47 



304.10 
325.77 



226.33 
258.11 



418.63 
443.64 



411.97 
443.64 



275.24 
310.51 



223.90 

251.11 



279.29 
319.31 



258.45 

291 78 



301.08 
339.85 



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(1) 



BOARDS OF EDUCATION 

LINCOLN 

Elementary 
Secondary 

LONDON 
Elementary 
Secondary 

MANITOULIN 
Elementary 
Secondary 

METRO TORONTO 
Elementary 
Secondary 

MICHIPICOTEN 
Elementary 
Secondary 

MIDDLESEX 
Elementary 
Secondary 

MUSKOKA 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NIAGARA SOUTH 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NIPIGON-RED ROCK 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NIPISSING 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NORFOLK 
Elementary 
Secondary 

NORTH SHORE 

Elementary 
Secondary 

NORTHUMBERLAND 4 NEWCASTLE 
Elementary 
Secondary 

OTTAWA 

Elementary 
Secondary 

OXFORD 

Elementary 
Secondary 

PEEL 

Elementary 
Secondary 

PERTH 

Elementary 
Secondary 

PETERBOROUGH 
Elementary 
Secondary 



TABLE 3 
ISPORTATIOI 


M 


TR 




(2) 

1993 

PER PUPIL 

AMOUNT 


(1) 






BOARDS OF EDUCATION 






PRESCOTT & RUSSELL 




93.71 
105.66 


Elementary 
Secondary 




12.83 

11.96 


PRINCE EDWARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 




409.91 
467.51 


RED LAKE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




11.82 
11.43 


RENFREW 
Elementary 
Secondary 




411.63 
450.27 


SAULT STE MARIE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




263.66 
303.35 


SIMCOE 

Elementary 
Secondary 




310.82 
352.99 


STORMONT DUNDAS GLENGARRY 
Elementary 
Secondary 




127.05 
145.57 


SUDBURY 
Elementary 
Secondary 




388.08 
411.96 


TIMISKAMING 
Elementary 
Secondary 




339.99 
369.57 


TIMMINS 
Elementary 
Secondary 




243.04 
272.43 


VICTORIA 
Elementary 
Secondary 




366.78 
394.38 


WATERLOO 
Elementary 
Secondary 




198.51 
232.67 


WELLINGTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 




10.06 
10.00 


WENTWORTH 
Elementary 
Secondary 




203.14 
237.16 


WEST PARRY SOUND 
Elementary 
Secondary 




21.47 
39.71 


WINDSOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 




237.23 
272.65 


YORK REGION 
Elementary 
Secondary 




249.68 
286.19 





TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 



(2> 

1993 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 



345.47 
393.19 



265.78 
305.45 



389.17 
424.30 



334.78 
378.02 



240.93 
263.14 



197.71 
224.97 



289.03 
312.02 



329.81 
370.03 



458.81 
491 .29 



359.61 
373.73 



264.50 
31 1 .22 



71.28 
93.03 



191.87 
228.30 



138.02 
160.58 



424.84 
477.19 



10.00 
10.00 



71.42 
91.87 



227 



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TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 






TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 






(1) 


(2) 

1993 

PER PUPIL 

AMOUNT 


(1, 


(2) 

1993 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 


ROMAN CATHOUC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 






ROMAN CATHOUC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 






BRANT 






HURON-PERTH 






Elementary 
Secondary 




232.56 

269.45 


Elementary 
Secondary 




380.05 
452.70 


BRUCE-GREY 
Elementary 
Secondary 




411.42 
487.48 


KAPUSKASING 
Elementary 
Secondary 




387.53 
408.16 


CARLETON 
Elementary 
Secondary 




195.07 
241.88 


KENORA 
Elementary 
Secondary 




357.63 
474.88 


CHAPLEAU. PANET & CAVERLY 
Elementary 
Secondary 




431.22 


KENT 

Elementary 
Secondary 




303.01 
370.75 


COCHRANE-IROQUOIS FALLS 
Elementary 
Secondary 




480.72 
495.05 


KIRKLAND LAKE - TIMISKAMING 
Elementary 
Secondary 




502.94 
515.00 


DRYDEN 
Bementary 
Secondary 




448.08 


LAKEHEAD 
Elementary 
Secondary 




328.01 
388.19 


DUFFERIN-PFR 
Elementary 
Secondary 




115.28 
145.82 


LAMBTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 




294.36 
342.70 


DURHAM 

Elementary 
Secondary 




178.77 
235.29 


LANARK-LEEDS GRENVILLE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




372.80 
463.86 


ELGIN 

Elementary 
Secondary 




351 .85 
405.68 


LINCOLN 
Elementary 
Secondary 




193.11 
207.45 


ESSEX 

Elementary 
Secondary 




239.15 

273.44 


LONDON-MIDDLESEX 
Elementary 
Secondary 




248.67 
280.52 


FORT FRANCES RAINY RIVER 
Elementary 
Secondary 




500.68 


METRO SEPARATE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




14.67 
13.37 


FRONTENAC-LENNOX & ADOINGTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 




384.12 
419.03 


MICHIPICOTEN 
Elementary 
Secondary 




426.70 


GERALDTON 
Elementary 
Secondary 




448.79 


NIPISSING 
Elementary 
Secondary 




443.64 
492.09 


HALDIMAND-NORFOLK 
Elementary 
Secondary 




341 .56 

441.48 


NORTH OF SUPERIOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 




494.62 


HALTON 

Bementary 
Secondary 




148.56 
168.38 


NORTH SHORE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




453.41 


HAMILTON-WENTWORTH 
Elementary 
Secondary 




126.18 
140.89 


OTTAWA 
Elementary 
Secondary 




10.00 
25.59 


HASTINGS PRINCE EDWARD 
Elementary 
Secondary 




395.21 

455.79 


OXFORD 

Elementary 
Secondary 




342.93 
404.77 


HEARST 

Elementary 
Secondary 




411.50 
468.57 


PETERBOROUGH VICTORIA 
NORTHUM8ERUVN0 4 NEWCASTLE 
Elementary 
Secondary 




344.40 
425.26 



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(1) 



TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 



<2) 

1993 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 



TABLE 3 
TRANSPORTATION 



(1) 



<2) 

1993 

PER PUPIL 

AMOUNT 



ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 

PRESCOTT & RUSSELL-ENGLISH 
Elementary 
Secondary 

PRESCOTT & RUSSEU-FRENCH 
Elementary 
Secondary 

RENFREW 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SAULT STE MARIE 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SIMCOE 

Elementary 
Secondary 

STORMONT DUNDAS GLENGARRY 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SUDBURY 
Elementary 
Secondary 

TIMMINS 
Elementary 
Secondary 



422.84 
497.27 



234.25 
281 .24 



400.82 
467.52 



311.93 
332.90 



335.64 
379.33 



321.50 
370.57 



346.55 
382.01 



355.14 
412.10 



ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARDS 

WATERLCXD 
Elementary 
Secondary 

WELLAND 
Elementary 
Secondary 

WELLINGTON 
Elementaor 
Secondary 

WINDSOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 

YORK 

Elementary 
Secondary 

OTTAWA.CARLËTON FRENCH 
LANGUAGE SCHOOL BOARD 

PUBLIC SECTOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 

SEPARATE SECTOR 
Elementary 
Secondary 



149.93 
173.81 



171.18 
183.58 



305.82 
339.80 



25.74 
16.70 



118.43 
152.61 



345.55 
360.19 



229.74 
284 30 



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SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR EN BLOC TRANSFER 



O. Reg. 103/93, Table 3. 



SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR 



NAME OF BOARD 
Column 1 



Essex County Board of Education 

Hearst Board of Education 

Prescott and Russell County Board of Education 

Renfrew County Board of Education 

Stontiont, Dundas and Glengarry County Board of Education 

Carleton Board of Education 

Carleton Roman Catholic Separate School Board 

Ottawa Board of Education 

Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate School Board 

Conseil des écoles séparées catholiques de langue 
française de Prescott-Russell 



EN BLOC TRANSFER 


Column 2 


COLUMN 3 


Elementary 

School 

Purposes 


Secondary 

School 

Purposes 




$ 31,000 




60,000 




100,000 




29,920 




140,000 


$ 11,360 


38,080 


118,270 




19,360 


42,120 


80,510 


34,140 



52,800 



27,200 



Dave Cooke 
Minister of Education and Training 



Dated at Toronto, this Istday of March, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 104/93 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 1st, 1993 

Approved: March 10th, 1993 

Filed: March Uth, 1993 

CALCULATION OF FEES FOR PUPILS, 1993 

1. In this Regulation, 

"A.D.E." means average daily enrolment for 1993 calculated under 
Ontario Regulation 89/91 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment); 

"current cost of operating", "elementary school pupil", "eligible sum 
for French as a first language", "eligible sum for French as a second 
language", "eligible sum for Native as a second language", "eligible 
sum for full-day kindergarten", "non-resident pupil", "O.E.", 
"P.A.C.", "R.O.E.", "resident-intemal pupil" and "secondary 
school pupil" have the same meaning as in Ontario Regulation 103/93 
(General Legislative Grants) except that, 

(a) in respect of a board appointed under section 68 of the Act, 
"current cost of operating" does not include current expendi- 
ture for furniture and equipment and for debt charges, and 

(b) if a board has entered into an agreement under subsection 
1 88 (3) of the Act that provides for a payment by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide classroom accommodation for a 
specified number of pupils, the P.A.C. for each such pupil shall 
be zero; 

"high cost program" means, 

(a) a special education program, other than a program provided in 
the board's school in lieu of an education program provided by 
a provincial school for the blind and the deaf or other similar 
program for which a general legislative grant is payable, or 

(b) a program that includes technological studies that qualify for 
one or more credits toward the secondary school graduation 
diploma or Ontario secondary school diploma; 

"technological studies" means the courses developed from curriculum 
guidelines that are issued by the Minister for the intermediate division 
and senior division and listed under the heading "Technological 
Studies" in the circular entitled "Ontario Schools Intermediate and 
Senior Divisions Program and Diploma Requirements" issued by the 
Minister. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 1. 

2. — (1) This Regulation applies to fees for pupils in respect of the 
year 1993. 

(2) The fees under this Regulation shall be calculated separately for 
elementary school purposes and for secondary school purposes. 
O. Reg. 104/93, s. 2. 

Fees Charged To Boards 

3. — (1) Except as provided in section 4, the fee in respect of a pijpil 
whose fee is receivable from another board, from Canada or from a band, 
council of a band or education authority authorized by the Crown in right 
of Canada to provide education for Indians or for a pupil to whom 
subsection 49 (6) of the Act applies, shall be calculated by, 

(a) subtracting from the current cost of operating of the board that 
provides the instruction, the grants payable to the board in 
respect of the eligible sum for French as a first language, the 
eligible sum for French as a second language, the eligible sum 
for Native as a second language, the eligible sum for full-day 
kindergarten and the reduction in class size in grades 1 and 2 as 
determined under section 21 of Ontario Regulation 103/93 
(General Legislative Grants) and dividing the difference so 
obtained by the sum of the average daily enrolment that is. 



(i) calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 89/9 1 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) in respect of 
resident-intemal and non-resident pupils of the board, 
and 

(ii) calculated under section 3 of Ontario Regulation 89/9 1 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) in respect of 
resident-intemal and non-resident pupils of the board 
enrolled in summer schools established by the board in 
a course of study acceptable to the Minister that the 
board is authorized or required to provide in its day 
school program in grades 1 to 8; and 

(b) multiplying the A.D.E. of the pupil to whom subsection 49 (6) 
of the Act applies or the A.D.E. of the pupil whose fee is 
receivable from another board, from Canada or from a band, 
council of a band or education authority, as the case may be, by 
the sum of, 

(i) the amount determined under clause (a), and 

(ii) the P.A.C. for such pupil. 

(2) Subclause (1) (b) (ii) does not apply to a board that is appointed 
under section 68 of the Act. 

(3) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a Native language program and whose fee is receivable from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians may be increased by an amount equal to the portion of the 
eligible sum for Native as a second language that would be generated for 
such pupil if the pupil were a resident pupil of the board. 

(4) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a high cost program may be increased by multiplying the fee 
by a factor agreed upon by the board and party from whom the fees are 
receivable when, 

(a) the ratio of the A.D.E. of such pupils registered in a high cost 
program for whom fees are receivable by the board from such 
party to the A.D.E. of pupils enrolled in such high cost program 
conducted by the board, 

is greater than, 

(b) the ratio of the A.D.E. of such pupils for whom fees are 
receivable by the board from such party to the A.D.E. of pupils 
enrolled in schools operated by the board. 

(5) If under this section the board that provides the instruction and the 
other board or party concerned cannot agree upon a factor, the factor 
shall be determined by three arbitrators. 

(6) If the fee is in respect of a pupil for whom the Minister pays the 
cost of education, the three arbitrators shall be, 

(a) one arbitrator appointed by the board that provides the instruc- 
tion; 

(b) one arbitrator appointed by the Minister; and 

(c) one arbitrator appointed by the arbitrators appointed under 
clauses (a) and (b). 

(7) In all cases other than a case to which subsection (6) applies, the 
three arbitrators shall be, 

(a) one arbitrator appointed by the board that provides the instruc- 
tion; 

(b) one arbitrator appointed by the board from which or the party 
from whom the fee is receivable; and 

(c) one arbitrator appointed by the arbitrators appointed under 
clauses (a) and (b). 



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(8) The decision of the arbitrators or a majority of them is final and 
binding upon the board that provides the instruction and the other board 
or party concerned. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 3. 

Fees Paid To Section 68 Hospital Boards 

4. The fee in respect of a pupil enrolled in a school operated by a 
board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act in a centre for the 
treatment of cerebral palsy, a crippled children's treatment centre, a 
hospital or a sanitorium shall be calculated by, 

(a) adding to the current cost of operating of the board that 
provides the instruction, the portion approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes of the expenditure for such year for the 
transportation of pupils and deducting from the total thereof the 
general legislative grants payable to the board for such year, 
except a grant that is equal to the cost of education; 

(b) dividing the amount determined under clause (a) by the sum of 
the days on which each pupil is enrolled at the school; and 

(c) multiplying the amount determined under clause (b) by the 
number of days for which the pupil whose fee is being calcu- 
lated is enrolled at the school. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 4. 

Fees Charged To Parents Residing in Ontario 

5. — ( 1 ) The fee charged by a board in respect of a pupil whose parent 
or guardian is resident in Ontario, other than a pupil whose fee is 
receivable from another board, from Canada or from a band, council of 
a band or education authority authorized by the Crown in right of 
Canada to provide education for Indians, shall not exceed the fee 
referred to in subsection (3) or (4), as the case requires. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a board that is appointed under 
section 68 of the Act. 

(3) The fee in respect of one or more pupils who reside with their 
parent or guardian in a school section, separate school zone or secondary 
school district on land that is exempt from taxation for school purposes 
shall not exceed, 

(a) $74 for each month such pupil or pupils are enrolled in an 
elementary school operated by the board; and 

(b) $74 for each month such pupil or pupils are enrolled in a 
secondary school operated by the board. 

(4) In the case of a pupil who is qualified to be a resident pupil of a 
school section, separate school zone or secondary school district, the fee 
in respect of the pupil shall not exceed, for each month the pupil is 
enrolled, the greater of, 

(a) $74; and 

(b) one-tenth of the sum of, 

(i) the quotient obtained by dividing, 

(A) the board's estimate of the excess of its O.E. for 
the year over its R.O.E., 

by, 

(B) the A.D.E. of the board for the year that is in 
respect of resident-internal and resident-external 
pupils of the board, and 

(ii) theP.A.C. 

(5) If a pupil is enrolled in a high cost program, the amount calculated 
under subsection (4) may be increased by an amount that does not 
exceed the additional cost to the board of providing the high cost 
program to the pupil. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 5. 



Fees Charged to Parents Not Resident in Ontario 

6. — (1) The fee in respect of a pupil whose parent or guardian does 
not reside in Ontario shall be such fee as the board providing the 
instruction to the pupil may determine and, except as is provided in 
subsection (3), shall not exceed the product obtained by multiplying one- 
tenth of the sum of the quotient determined under clause 3 ( 1 ) (a) and the 
P.A.C. for the pupil by the number of months during which the pupil is 
enrolled in such year in a school operated by the board. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a pupil to whom subsection 
49 (6) of the Act applies. 

(3) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a high cost program shall be increased by an amount that 
does not exceed the additional cost to the board of providing the high 
cost program to the pupil. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 6. 

Fees For Programs In Facilities 

7. — (1) The fee charged by a board in respect of a pupil who is not 
qualified to be a resident pupil of the board and for whom an educational 
program is provided in a hospital or treatment centre shall be such fee as 
may be agreed upon between the board that provides the program and, 

(a) the board of which the pupil is qualified to be a resident pupil; 
or 

(b) if the pupil is not qualified to be a resident pupil of a board, the 
parent or guardian of the pupil. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a board that provides the 
educational program if the board, 

(a) is appointed under section 68 of the Act; or 

(b) receives a grant under section 27 of Ontario Regulation 1 03/93 
(General Legislative Grants) with respect to that educational 
program. O. Reg. 104/93, s. 7. 

Dave Cooke 
Minister of Education and Training 

Dated at Toronto, this 1st day of March, 1993. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 105/93 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

APPORTIONMENT 1993 REQUISITIONS 

1. — ( 1 ) In this Regulation, 

'apportionable sum required by adivisional board for elementary school 
purposes for 1993" means the excess of the total estimated expendi- 
ture of the board for elementary school purposes for 1993 exclusive 
of, 

(a) allowances and provisions for differences between the sum that 
the board requisitioned and the sum that the board ought to 
have requisitioned in a previous year for elementary school 
purposes from a local municipality in the school division, and 

(b) the portion charged to elementary school purposes of any 
expenditures incurred by the board in performing the duties of 
a municipal council. 



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over the sum of the estimated revenues of the board for elementary 
school purposes for 1993 from sources other than local taxation and 
the amount in the reserve established under subsection 237 (2) of the 
Act for elementary school purposes; 

"apportionable sum required by a divisional board for secondary school 
purposes for 1993" means the excess of the total estimated expendi- 
ture of the board for secondary school purposes for 1993 exclusive of, 

(a) allowances and provisions for differences between the sum that 
the board requisitioned and the sum that the board ought to 
have requisitioned in a previous year for secondary school 
purposes from a local municipality in the school division, and 

(b) the portion charged to secondary school purposes of any 
expenditures incurred by the board in performing the duties of 
a municipal council, 

over the sum of the estimated revenue of the board for secondary 
school purposes for 1993 from sources other than local taxation and 
the amount in the reserve established under subsection 237 (2) of the 
Act for secondary school purposes; 

"A.E.F. for apportionment purposes for 1993" for a municipality or 
locality, means the assessment equalization factor provided by the 
Minister for 1993; 

"assessment" has the same meaning as in Ontario Regulation 103/93 
(General Legislative Grants); 

"equalized assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 and the assessment 
for the municipality or locality by the A.E.F. for apportionment 
purposes for 1993 for the municipality or locality; 

"local taxation" means taxes levied by a municipality or a board for 
elementary or secondary school purposes, as the case may be, 
exclusive of taxes paid over under section 35 of the Assessment Act 
and taxes levied under section 1 59 of the Municipal Act; 

"payment in lieu of taxes for 1993" means, in respect of a municipality, 
the sum of the amounts payable by the municipality to the board for 
1993 for elementary school purposes or for secondary school 
purposes, as the case may be, under subsection 7 ( 1 0) of the Housing 
Development Act, under subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act, 
under subsection 52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act and under 
section 2 of the Municipal and School Board Payments Adjustment 
Act. 

(2) Clause (a) of the definition "apportionable sum required by a 
divisional board for elementary school purposes for 1 993 "in subsection 
(1) and clause (a) of the definition "apportionable sum required by a 
divisional board for secondary school purposes for 1993" in that 
subsection, do not apply in the case of a divisional board or a secondary 
school board if the area of jurisdiction of the board comprises an area 
where an assessment update has been carried out under subsection 
371 (2) of the Municipal Act, subsection 135.3 (1) of the Regional 
Municipalities Act, subsection 84. 1 3 ( I ) of the County of Oxford Act or 
subsection 8 1 ( 1 ) of the District Municipality ofMuskoka Act. O. Reg. 
105/93, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The apportionable sum required by a divisional board for 
elementary school purposes for 1993 shall be apportioned among the 
municipalities and localities in the school division in the ratio, correct to 
five places of decimals, of the equalized assessment for such municipali- 
ties or localities for elementary school purposes to the total equalized 
assessment of the municipalities and localities for elementary school 
purposes in the school division. 

(2) The amount apportioned to a municipality or locality by a 
divisional board for elementary school purposes for 1993 shall be the 
sum of the following amounts adjusted where required under section 237 
or subsection 247 (2) or (3) of the Act: 

1. The amount apportioned under subsection (1) to the munici- 
pality or locality. 



2. Expenditures applicable to the locality that are incurred for 
1993 by the divisional board in performing the duties of a 
municipal council and that are charged to elementary school 
purposes. 

3 . The pay mentinlieuof taxes fori993inrespectof the munici- 
pality for elementary school purposes. 

4. The amount of the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and 
(13) of the A/M«;c'/pa//lc; allocated or paid by the municipality 
to the divisional board for 1993 for elementary school purposes. 
O.Reg. 105/93, s. 2. 

3. — (1) The apportionable sum required by a divisional board for 
secondary school purposes for 1993 shall be apportioned among the 
municipalities and localities in the school division in the ratio, correct to 
five places of decimals, of the equalized assessment for such municipali- 
ties or localities for secondary school purposes to the total equalized 
assessment of the municipalities and localities for secondary school 
purposes in the school division. 

(2) The amount apportioned to a municipality or locality by a 
divisional board for secondary school purposes for 1 993 shall be the sum 
of the following amounts adjusted where required under section 237 or 
subsection 247 (2) or (3) of the Act: 

1. The amount apportioned under subsection (1) to the munici- 
pality or locality. 

2. Expenditures applicable to the locality that are incurred for 
1993 by the divisional board in performing the duties of a 
municipal council and that are charged to secondary school 
purposes. 

3. Thepayment in lieu of taxes for 1993 in respect of the munici- 
pality for secondary school purposes. 

4. The amount of the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and 
( 1 3) of the Municipal Act allocated or paid by the municipality 
to the divisional board for 1993 for secondary school pur- 
poses. O. Reg. 105/93, s. 3. 

4. — ( 1) If the adjustments required under section 247 of the Act are 
in respect of a part or parts of a municipality or locality, the divisional 
board shall provide with its requisition sufficient information in respect 
of the adjustments to enable the amount required for elementary or 
secondary school purposes, as the case may be, in respect of the part or 
parts of the municipality or locality to be determined. 

(2) If for the purpose of a levy in 1993 a municipality is required 
under any Act to apportion the amount to be raised for municipal 
purposes among two or more defined areas within the municipality, the 
amounts requisitioned on the municipality in 1993 by a divisional board 
for elementary or secondary school purposes, as the case may be, 
exclusive of payments in lieu of taxes, taxes levied under subsections 
1 59 ( 1 2) and ( 1 3) of the Municipal Act allocated or paid by the munici- 
pality to the divisional board, and adjustments required under section 
247 of the Education Act shall, for the purpose of the levy in 1993, be 
apportioned by the municipality among such defined areas in the ratio 
correct to five places of decimals of the equalized assessments for the 
defined areas for elementary or secondary school purposes, as the case 
may be, to the total equalized assessment of the municipality. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the equalized assessment for 
the defined area shall be deemed to be the sum of, 

(a) the residential and farm assessment within the defined area 
upon which taxes are levied; and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by .85, the commercial 
assessment upon which taxes are levied, included in the last 
revised assessment roll for such defined area used for taxation 
purposes in 1993, equalized by using the 1979 assessment 
equalization factors set out in Schedule B to Ontario Regulation 
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(4) Subsection (2) does not apply to a municipality if there has been 
an assessment update of all real property in the municipality. O. Reg. 
105/93, s. 4. 

5. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation applies with 
necessary modifications to separate school boards referred to in sections 
241 and 242 of the Act. 

(2) Paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (2) and paragraph 3 of subsection 
3 (2) do not apply to an apportionment by a divisional board or by a 
separate school board to a municipality situated in the County of Oxford, 
The District Municipality of Muskoka, or in an area where an assessment 
update has been carried out under subsection 37 1 (2) of the Municipal 
/Iff or subsection 125.3 {\)o{lheRegional Municipalities Act. O. Reg. 
105/93, s. 5. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 107/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 9th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 621 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Speed Limits in Territory 

Without Municipal Organization) 

1. Schedule 18 of Regulation 621 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 337/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 18 

1. That part of the highway known as Ahmic Lake Road in the 
hamlet of Ahmic Harbour in the Township of Croft in the Territorial 
District of Parry Sound beginning at a point situate at its intersection 
with the highway known as Ahmic Street and extending southerly for a 
distance of 700 metres. 



2. Fifty kilometres per hour. O. Reg. 107/93, s. 1 . 



ONTARIO REGULATION 106/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 9th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 

1. Schedule 16 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 7 and 8 in the 
townships of North Easthope and South Easthope in the County of Perth 
beginning at a point situate 35 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as Byron Street 
in the hamlet of Shakespeare and extending westerly for a distance of 
200 metres. 

2. Schedule 28 of Appendix A to the Regulation, as amended by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 137/92 and section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 471/92, is further amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as Nos. 7 and 8 in the 
townships of North Easthope and South Easthope in the County of Perth 
beginning at a point situate 35 metres measured easterly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as Byron Street 
in the hamlet of Shakespeare and extending westerly for a distance of 
200 metres. 

3. Schedule 74 of Appendix A to the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following paragraph: 

2. On the east side of that part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 62 in the Township of Thurlow in the County of Hastings beginning 
at a point situate 170 metres measured southerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway known as Main Street in the Village 
of Foxboro and extending southerly for a distance of 45 metres. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of March, 1993. 

13/93 



Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of March, 1993. 

13/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 108/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

■ Made: March 9th, 1993 
Filed: March 11th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 624 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Stop Signs in Territory 

Without Municipal Organization) 

1. Regulation 624 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 118 

1 . The highway known as Eglise Street in the hamlet of Lavigne in 
the Unorganized Municipality of Macpherson in the Territorial District 
of Nipissing at its intersection with the roadway known as Caron Road. 

2. Northbound on Eglise Street. O. Reg. 108/93, s. 1 . 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 9th day of March, 1993. 

13/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 109/93 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND RECREATION ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 12th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 797 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Recreation Programs) 

1. The definitions of "approved recreation costs" and "popula- 
tion" in section 1 of Regulation 797 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revoked. 



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2. Sections 5, 6 and 7 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

5. The Minister may, in his or her discretion, approve or refuse an 
application for a grant. O. Reg. 109/93, s. 2, part. 

13/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 110/93 

made under the 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 12th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 514 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Open Seasons — Snapping Turtles) 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 514 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) In this Regulation, 

"non-resident licensee" means a holder of a non-resident sport fishing 
licence issued under Ontario Regulation 740/92 (Fishing Licences) 
that is validated by a non-resident seven-day conservation fishing tag, 
non-resident seasonal conservation fishing tag, non-resident seasonal 
sport fishing tag, non-resident spousal fishing tag, non-resident seven- 
day sport fishing tag or non-resident one-day sport fishing tag; 

"resident licensee" means a holder of an outdoors card issued under 
Ontario Regulation 740/92 or a combined hunting/fishing outdoors 
card issued under Regulation 500 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1 990 (Hunting Licences) that is validated by a resident seasonal sport 
fishing tag or resident seasonal conservation fishing tag. O. Reg. 
1 10/93, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 7 (1) of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 134/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) No person shall remove the upper shell from any snapping turtle 
carcass while it is in the possession of or is being transported by a 
resident licensee or non-resident licensee. O. Reg. 1 10/93, s. 2. 

13/93 



BASS LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic and municipal Township of Orillia in the County of 
Simcoe, containing 65.0 hectares, more or less, being composed of that 
part of the east and west halves of Lot 5, Concession I (Southem 
Division), Township of Orillia designated as Part 1 on a plan known as 
Bass Lake Provincial Park, approved on the 23rd day of August, 1992 
and filed in the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry 
of Natural Resources at Toronto, Ontario. 

PETROGLYPHS PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Burleigh, in the County of Peterbor- 
ough, containing 1 643.0 hectares, more or less, being composed of that 
part ofthe said geographic Township ofBurleigh designated as Part I on 
a plan known as Petroglyphs Provincial Park, approved on the 26th day 
of August, 1992 and filed in the Office of the Surveyor General of 
Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources at Toronto, Ontario. 

2. The Table to the Regulation, as most recently amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 258/92, is further amended by 
striking out "Schedule 90, Appendix B", "Schedule 2, Appendix B" 
and "Schedule 120, Appendix B" in Column 2 as they appear 
opposite "Arrowhead Provincial Park", "Bass Lake Provincial 
Park" and "Petroglyphs Provincial Park" in Column 1 and 
substituting in each case "Section 2". 

13/93 



CORRECTIONS 

1. Regulation 199 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 under 
the Courts of Justice Act. 

The reference "Form 9" in the last line of section 45 should have 
read "Form 10". 

2. Regulation 202 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 under 
the Courts of Justice Act. 

1. The reference "Form 28" in section 84 should have read 
"Form 34". 



ONTARIO REGULATION 111/93 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 



Made: March 10th, 
Filed: March 12th, 



1993 
1993 



Amending Reg. 951 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Parks) 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 951 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as most recently amended by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
258/92, is further amended by adding the following descriptions: 

ARROWHEAD PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Chaffey, now in the Town of Hunts- 
ville, in The District Municipality of Muskoka containing 1237.0 
hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of the said geo- 
graphic Township of Chaffey designated as Part 1 on a plan known as 
Arrowhead Provincial Park, approved on the 18th day of December, 
1987 and filed in the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the 
Ministry of Natural Resources at Toronto, Ontario. 



2. The reference "item 6 or 9" in the sixth line of item 13ofPart 
I of the Tariff should have read "item 5 or 9". 

3. Form 40 is corrected as follows: 

i. The reference "subsection 113 (1)" should have read 
' 'subsection 117 (I)". 

ii. The reference "1 16 (4)" should have read "720 (5)". 

iii. The reference "section 113 (2)" should have read 
"subsection 1 17 (2)". 

3. Ontario Regulation 309/92 under the Highway Traffic Act 
published in Volume 3 ofthe Supplement. 

Section 3 should have read as follows: 

3. Subparagraph ii of paragraph 14 of section 17 ofthe Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following substituted: 



13/93 



234 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



793 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—04—03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 112/93 

made under the 
RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: March 15th, 1993 
Filed: March 16th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1012ofR.R.O. 1990 

(Definitions by Minister, Exemptions, 

Forms and Rebates) 

1. — (1) Subsection 25 (2) of Regulation 1012 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
469/92, is amended by striking out "Scliedule 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 or 12" 
in the second and third lines and substituting "Schedule 7, 8, 9, 10, 
11, 12 or 14". 

(2) The table to subsection 25 (4) of the Regulation, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding the 
following: 



14 



18.1 or more 



(3) Subsection 25 (5) of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by striking out "Schedules 
2 to 13" in the first line and substituting "Schedules 2 to 14". 

2. Schedule 2 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 469/92, Is amended by striking out the descriptions under 
the heading "1993 MODEL YEAR" and substituting the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



ACURA 

Integra 
Legend sedan 
Legend coupe 
NSX 
Vigor 

ALFA ROMEO 

ASUNA 
SE/GT 
Sunfire 

AUDI 

90 
*100 

BMW 

318i 

320i 

325i 

325is 

525i 

E36 

BUICK 

CADILLAC 

Deville 



ALL 
ALL 
3.2 
3.0 
ALL 

ALL 



M6 
M5 



1.6 


A3 


ALL 




2.8 


A4 


2.8 


A4 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 





ALL 



ALL 



Eldorado 

Fleetwood 

Seville 

CHEVROLET 

Beretta 

Camaro 

Caprice 

Cavalier 

Corsica 
*Corvette 
*Corvette c. 

Corvette HO 

Lumina 

CHRYSLER 

DODGE 

Colt 

Colt/sw 

Colt sw 

Colt sw AWD 

Shadow 

Spirit 

Stealth DOHC ■ 

EAGLE 

Summit 

Summit 

Summit 

Summit sw AWD 

Talon 

Talon DOHC 

Talon TSi turbo 

Talon DOHC turbo AWD 

Vision 

2000 GTX 

FORD 

Crown Victoria 
Escort 
Escort/sw 
Festiva 
Mustang 
♦Mustang 
Probe 
Taurus 
Tempo 
Thunderbird 

GEO 

Metro 
Storm 

HONDA 

Accord/sw 
Civic Si/EX-V 
Civic del Sol 
Prelude 

HYUNDAI 

Elantra 



ENGINE 


TRANS. 


4.9 


A4 


ALL 




4.9 


A4 


ALL 




3.4 


ALL 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




5.7 


M6 


5.7 


M6 


5.7 


M6 


ALL 





ALL 



1.5 


A3 


1.8 


ALL 


2.4 


ALL 


2.4 


M5 


ALL 




ALL 




3.0 


M5 


1.5 


A3 


1.8 


ALL 


2.4 


ALL 


2.4 


M5 


1.8 


ALL 


ALL 




2.0 


M5 


2.0 


M5 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




1.8 


ALL 


1.9 


A4 


1.3 


A3 


2.3 


ALL 


5.0 


ALL 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




3.8 


A4 


1.3 


A3 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




1.6 


ALL 


ALL 





ALL 



235 



794 



Excel 
Scoupe t. 
Sonata 

INFINITI 

G20 

ISUZU 

LADA 

Samara 
Signet HO 

LOTUS 

MAZDA 

323 

626 

MX-3 Precidia 

MX-5 Miata 

MX-6 

Protege 

RX-7 t. 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

190E 

300 D t. d. 
300 E 
300 CE 
400 E 

MERCURY-LINCOLN 

Capri 
Cougar 

Grand Marquis 
Marie VIII 
Sable 
Topaz 
Tracer 
Tracer/sw 

NISSAN 
240SX 
Altima 
Axxess sw 
Maxima 
NX 
NX 
Sentra 

Sentra Classic 
Stanza 

OLDSMOBILE 

PLYMOUTH 

Acclaim 

Colt 

Colt/sw 

Colt/sw 

Colt sw AWD 

Laser DOHC 

Laser RS DOHC 

Laser RS DOHC t. 

Laser RS DOHC t. AWD 

Sundance 

PONTIAC 

PORSCHE 

*9 11 Carrera 2 
*911 Carrera 4 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



ENGINE 


TRANS. 




1.5 


A4 


911 Carrera 2 


1.5 


M5 


911 Carrera 2 RS 


ALL 




968 
SAAB 


ALL 




SDT sedan t. 
SV 


ALL 




SXt. 
900S/C. 
900S t.c. 


1.5 


M5 


9000 CD/CDE t. 


1.5 


M5 


SATURN 


ALL 




SC/SL/SW 
SC/SL HO 
SW HO sw 


ALL 






ALL 




SUBARU 


ALL 




Justy 


ALL 




Legacy/SW 


ALL 




Legacy 4x4/sw 


ALL 




Legacy 4x4 turbo 


I.3R 


M5 


Loyale 
SVX/AWD 


ALL 




SUZUKI 


ALL 




Swift 


ALL 




Swift 


3.2 


A4 


Swift GT 


4.2 


A4 


TOYOTA 

Camry/sw 


ALL 




Camry/sw 


3.8 


A4 


Celica 


ALL 




Corolla 


ALL 




MR2 


ALL 




Paseo 


ALL 




Tercel 


1.8 


ALL 




1.9 


A4 


VOLKSWAGEN 

Cabriolet 
Corrado VR6 


ALL 




GolfCL 


ALL 




GolfGL 


ALL 




GTI 


ALL 




Jetta 


1.6 


A4 


Passat 


ALL 






1.6 


A4 


VOLVO 


ALL 






ALL 




*Effective August I 



O. Reg. 112/93 
ENGINE TRANS. 



ALL 



3.6 


M5 


3.6 


M5 


ALL 




2.0 


M5 


ALL 




ALL 




2.1 


M5 


2.0 


M5 


ALL 




1.9 


A4 


ALL 




ALL 




1.2 


V 


2.2 


ALL 


2.2 


ALL 


2.2 


M5 


ALL 




ALL 




1.3 


A3 


1.6 


A3 


1.3 


M5 


ALL 




3.0 


A4 


ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




ALL 




2.8 


M5 


ALL 




2.0 


ALL 


ALL 




2.0 


ALL 


ALL 





ALL 






1.5 
1.8 


ALL 




2.4 


ALL 




2.4 


M5 




ALL 






ALL 
2.0 


M5 


ACURA 


2.0 
ALL 


M5 


Legend Coupe 
NSX 


ALL 




AUDI 

90 Quattro 
*100 


3.6 
3.6 


A4 
MS 


100 Quattro 
S4 



ALL 



3. Schedule 3 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the end the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



3.2 


A4 


3.0 


A4 


2.8 


M5 


2.8 


A4 


2.8 


M5 


2.2 


M5 



236 



O.Reg. 112/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



795 



ENGINE TRANS. 



BMW 

325i c. 
535i 



CHEVROLET 

Camaro 
*Corvette/c. 
Corvette/c. 

DODGE 

Colt sw AWD 
Stealth DOHC 
Stealth AWD turbo 

EAGLE 

Summit sw AWD 
Talon TSi turbo 

FORD 

♦Mustang 
Thunderbird 
Thunderbird SC 

INFINITI 

J30 

LEXUS 

MAZDA 

929 
RX-7 t. 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

300SD Diesel 
300 CE c. 

MERCURY 

Cougar 

NISSAN 
300ZX 
Axxess AWD 

PLYMOUTH 

Colt sw AWD 
Laser RS DOHC t. 

PORSCHE 

*9I1 Carrera 2 
*911 Carrera 4 

SAAB 

SDT sedan t. 

SUBARU 

Legacy 4x4 turbo 
Legacy 4x4 turbo sw 

TOYOTA 

Camry 

VOLKSWAGEN 

Corrado VR6 

♦Effective December 14, 1992 



2.5 


M5 


ALL 


M5 


5.7 


ALL 


5.7 


M6 


5.7 


A4 


2.4 


A4 


3.0 


A4 


3.0 


M5 


2.4 


A4 


2.0 


A4 


5.0 


ALL 


5.0 


A4 


3.8 


AIL 


3.0 


A4 


ALL 




3.0 


A4 


1.3R 


A4 


3.5 


A4 


3.2 


A4 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



5.0 



2.0 



2.2 
2.2 



3.0 



2.8 



A4 



«lLL 


ALL 


2.4 


M5 


2.4 


A4 


2.0 


A4 


3.6 


A4 


3.6 


M5 



A3 



A4 
A4 



M5 



A4 



AUDI 

100 Quattro 
V8 Quattro 

BMW 

535i 
740i 
750i 
850 
M5 

CADILLAC 

Allante 

Eldorado 

Seville 

DODGE 

Viper c. 

EAGLE 

Talon DOHC turbo AWD 

FERRARI 

348TB/TS 

INFINITI 
Q45 

JAGUAR 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

300E 4-matic 

300SE 

300SL 

300SL 

300TE 4-matic sw 

300TE 

400SEL 

500E 

NISSAN 
Axxess AWD 

PLYMOUTH 

Laser RS DOHC t. AWD 

PORSCHE 

928 GTS 
928 GTS 

SAAB 

900S c. 
900S sedan 
900S t.c. 



2.8 


A4 


4.2 


A4 


ALL 


A4 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


ALL 


4.6 


A4 


4.6 


A4 


4.6 


A4 



3.0 



2.0 



3.4 



2.4 



2.0 



5.4 
5.4 



2.1 
2.1 
2.0 



M6 



A4 



M5 



4.5 


A4 


ALL 




3.0 


A4 


3.2 


A5 


3.0 


A5 


3.0 


M5 


3.0 


A4 


3.2 


A4 


4.2 


A4 


5.0 


A4 



A4 



A4 



A4 
M5 



A3 
A3 
A3 



5. Schedule 5 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the end the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



4. Schedule 4 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the end the following: 



BENTLEY 

Continental R 
Turbo R/RL 



6.7 
6.7 



237 



A4 
A4 



7% 



FERRARI 

5I2TR 

Mondial T/Cabriol 

MERCEDES-BENZ 

500SEC/SEL 
600SEC/SEL 



6. Schedule 6 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the end the following: 



BENTLEY 

Brooklands 
Continental 

LAMBORGHINI 

Diablo 



ROLLS ROYCE 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 
ENGINE TRANS. 



Sunrunner c. 4x4 
Sunrunner van 4x4 

GEO 

Tracker c. 
Tracker c. 4x4 
Tracker van 4x4 

LADA 

Niva 4x4 

SUZUKI 

Sidekick 4-door 4x4 
Sidekick 4-door 4x4 
Sidekick 4x4 



4.9 


M5 


3.4 


M5 


5.0 


A4 


6.0 


A4 



O.Reg. 112/93 
ENGINE TRANS. 



1.6 


A3 


1.6 


A3 


1.6 


A3 


1.6 


A3 


1.6 


A3 



L6 



M5 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



1.6 


M5 


1.6 


A4 


1.6 


A3 



6.7 
6.7 



57 



A4 
A4 



M5 



6.7 


A4 


6.7 


A4 


6.7 


A4 



Corniche IV 

Silver Spirit Il/Spur II 

Silver Spur II Limousine 



7. — (1) Schedule 7 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



ASUNA 
Sunrunner c. 
Sunrunner c. 4x4 
Sunrunner van 4x4 

GEO 

Tracker c. 
Tracker c. 4x4 
Tracker van 4x4 

SUBARU 

Justy 4x4 
Justy 4x4 
Loyale 4x4 
Loyale 4x4 sw 

SUZUKI 

Samurai 4x4 
Sidekick 4x4 



1.6 
1.6 
1.6 



1.6 
1.6 
1.6 



1.2 
1.2 
1.8 
1.8 



1.3 
1.6 



M5 
M5 
M5 



M5 
M5 
M5 



V 
M5 
M5 
M5 



M5 

M5 



(2) Schedule 7 to the Regulation is further amended by striking 
out the heading "1992 MODELS" and substituting the heading 
"1992 MODEL YEAR" and by striking out the heading "r991 
MODELS" and substituting the heading "1991 MODEL YEAR". 

8. — (1) Schedule 8 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



ASUNA 
Sunrunner c. 



(2) Schedule 8 to the Regulation is further amended by striking 
out the heading "1992 MODELS" and substituting the heading 
"1993 MODEL YEAR" and by striking out the heading "1991 
MODELS" and substituting the heading "1991 MODEL YEAR". 

9. — (1) Schedule 9 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



CHEVROLET 

SIO Blazer 

GMC 

S15 Jimmy 

JEEP 

Cherokee 



4.3 



4.3 



2.5 



M5 



M5 



M5 



(2) Schedule 9 to the Regulation is further amended by striking 
out the heading "1992 MODELS" and substituting the heading 
"1992 MODEL YEAR" and by striking out the heading "1991 
MODELS" wherever it appears and substituting in each case the 
heading "1991 MODEL YEAR". 

10. — (1) Schedule 10 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



1.6 



A3 



CHEVROLET 

SIO Blazer 
S 10 Blazer 4x4 
SIO Blazer HO 4x4 

FORD 

Explorer 
Explorer 
Explorer 4x4 
Explorer 4x4 

GMC 

S 15 Jimmy 
S15 Jimmy 4x4 
S15 Jimmy HO 4x4 

ISUZU 

Rodeo 4x4 



4.3 


A4 


4.3 


M5 


4.3 


A4 


4.0 


M5 


4.0 


A4 


4.0 


M5 


4.0 


A4 


4.3 


A4 


4.3 


M5 


4.3 


A4 



3.2 



M5 



238 



O.Reg. 112/93 



Rodeo 4x4 
Trooper 4x4 
Trooper 4x4 
Trooper HO 4x4 

JEEP 

Cherokee 
Cherokee 
Cherokee 4x4 
Cherokee 4x4 
Cherokee 4x4 
Grand Cherokee 4WD 
Grand Cherokee 2WD 
Grand Cherokee 4WD 
Grand Cherokee 4WD 
YJ4x4 
YJ4x4 

NISSAN 
Pathfinder 4x4 

TOYOTA 

4-Runner 4x4 
4-Runner 4x4 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 
ENGINE TRANS. 

LAND ROVER 

Range Rover 
Range Rover 

NISSAN 

Pathfinder 4x4 

TOYOTA 

4-Runner 4x4 
4-Runner 4x4 



797 
ENGINE TRANS. 



3.2 


A4 


3.2 


A4 


3.2 


M5 


3.2 


A4 


4.0 


M5 


4.0 


A4 


2.5 


M5 


4.0 


M5 


4.0 


A4 


4.0 


A4 


4.0 


M5 


4.0 


M5 


5.2 


A4 


2.5 


M5 


4.0 


M5 



3.9 

4.2 



3.0 



3.0 
3.0 



A4 
A4 



A4 



M5 
A4 



3.0 



2.4 
2.4 



M5 



M5 
A4 



(2) Schedule 10 to the Regulation is further amended by adding 
under the heading "1992 MODEL YEAR" subheading "ISUZU" 
the following: 



Trooper 4x4 



3.2 



M4 



11. — (1) Schedule 11 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



CHEVROLET 

CI 500 Suburban 
K1500 Suburban 4x4 
K 1 500 Blazer 4x4 
K1500 Blazer 4x4 

DODGE 

Ramcharger 
Ramcharger 
Ramcharger 4x4 
Ramcharger 4x4 
Ramcharger 4x4 

FORD 

Bronco 4x4 
Bronco 4x4 
Bronco 4x4 

GMC 

CI 500 Suburban 
K1500 Suburban 4x4 
K 1500 Yukon 4x4 
K1500 Yukon 4x4 

ISUZU 

Trooper HO 4x4 

JEEP 

YJ4x4 



ENGINE 


TRANS. 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


M5 


5.2 


A4 


5.9 


A4 


5.2 


M5 


5.2 


A4 


5.9 


A4 


5.0 


M5 


5.0 


A4 


5.8 


A4 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


A4 


5.7 


M5 



3.2 



4.0 



M5 



A3 



(2) Schedule 11 to the Regulation is further amended by striking 
out the description under the heading "1992 MODEL YEAR" 
subheading "ISUZU" and substituting the following: 

ISUZU 

Rodeo 4x4 
Trooper 4x4 
Trooper 4x4 
Trooper HO 4x4 
Trooper HO 4x4 

12. Schedule 12 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by adding at the beginning 
the following: 



3.1 


A4 


2.8 


M5 


3.2 


A4 


3.2 


M5 


3.2 


A4 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



DODGE 

Ramcharger 4x4 



5.9 



M5 



13. — (1) Schedule 13 to the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 469/92, is amended by striking out the heading 
"1993 MODELS" and the descriptions under that heading and 
substituting the following: 



1993 MODEL YEAR 



ENGINE TRANS. 



ASUNA 
SE/GT 

DODGE 

Colt 

EAGLE 

Summit 

FORD 

Escort 
Escort sw 
Festiva 

GEO 

Metro 
Metro 
Metro 

Metro LSI c. 
Metro LSI c. 

HONDA 

Civic 
Civic 
Civic del Sol 



1.6 



1.5 



1.5 



M5 



M5 



M5 



1.9 


M5 


L9 


M5 


1.3 


M5 


1.0 


A3 


1.0 


M5 


1.3 


M5 


1.0 


A3 


1.0 


M5 


1.5 


M5 


1.5 


A4 


1.5 


M5 



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O.Reg. 113/93 



ENGINE 


TRANS. 


1.5 
1.5 


A4 
M5 


1.5 
1.5 
1.5 


M5 
M5 
A4 



1.3 



1.9 



1.6 
1.6 



1.5 



M5 



MS 



M5 
M5 



M5 



1.9 


M5 


1.9 


M5 


1.9 


M5 



Civic del Sol 
Civic HB VX 

HYUNDAI 

Excel 

Scoupe 

Scoupe 

LADA 

Samara 

MERCURY 

Tracer 

NISSAN 
NX 
Sentra 

PLYMOUTH 

Colt 

SATURN 

SC 
SL 
SWsw 

SUBARU 

Justy 

SUZUKI 

Swift 

Swift 

Swift 

Swift 4-Door 

Swift 4-Door 

VOLKSWAGEN 

Golf diesel 
Jetta diesel 



(2) Schedule 13 to tKe Regulation is further amended by striking 
out the heading "1992 MODELS" wherever it appears and 
substituting in each case the heading "1992 MODEL YEAR" and 
by striking out the heading "1991 MODELS" and substituting the 
heading "1991 MODEL YEAR". 

14. The Regulation is amended by adding the following 
Schedule: 



Schedule 14 
1993 MODEL YEAR 



1.2 



M5 



1.0 


M5 


1.0 


A3 


1.3 


M5 


1.3 


M5 


1.6 


M5 


1.9 


M5 


1.9 


M5 



ENGINE TRANS. 



LAND ROVER 

Defender 4x4 3.9 M5 

O.Reg. 1 12/93, s. 14. 

15. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1991. 

Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 113/93 

made under the 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITIES ACT 

Made: March 15th, 1993 
Filed: March 16th, 1993 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS (OTTAWA-CARLETON) 
UNDER SUBSECTION 135.3 (1) OF THE ACT 

1. In this Regulation, "class" means a class established under 
section 3. O. Reg. 113/93, s. 1. 

2. — (1) This Regulation applies with respect to parcels of real 
property within The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton. 

(2) This Regulation applies with respect to the assessment to be 
shown on the assessment roll for 1992 for the taxation year 1 993 and on 
the assessment roll for each subsequent year until a new assessment of 
all property within the Regional Area is made in 1996 for the taxation 
year 1997. O. Reg. 1 13/93, s. 2. 

3. The real property in the Regional Area is divided into the classes 
described in Schedule 1 and each property shall be allocated to the class 
that most nearly describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
real property. O. Reg. 1 13/93, s. 3. 

4. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 135.3 (1) of the Act, the 
standards described in this section must be considered in equalizing 
assessments within the classes of real property in the Regional Area and 
in computing the factors resulting from the application of the standards. 

(2) The proportion that the municipal and school board taxes levied 
for 1992 in each class of real property in the Regional Area bears to the 
total municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 in the Regional 
Area must be maintained in such a way that the amount calculated using 
the formula, 

AxB 

is substantially the same as the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxC 

in which, 

"A" is the single mill rate which would have resulted in the amount 
of municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 against the total 
assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that comprise the class, 

"B" is the total assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that 
comprise the class, and 

"C" is the total assessment of the class for the 1993 taxation year 
following the application of the assessment standards described in this 
section. 

(3) All real property within a class must, to the extent possible, be 
assessed at the same proportion of market value in relation to the base 
year 1988. 

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), market value is as determined 
by the assessment commissioner in whose assessment region the real 
property is located. 

(5) The total assessment of the real property in the Regional Area, 
including assessments made under section 33 or 34 of the Assessment 
Act, must not be substantially changed. 

(6) The assessment relationships between the classes of real property 
must not be significantly altered as a result of the application of the 
standards described in this section. 

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to changes in assess- 
ment relationships that have resulted from an increase in the total 
assessment of a class because of assessments made under section 33 or 
34 of the Assessment Act. O. Reg. 1 13/93, s. 4. 



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5. For the purpose of subsection 135.3(l)ofthe Act, the factor to be 
apphed to the market value of property in each class, as set out in 
Column 1 of Schedule 2, is set out opposite it in Column 2. O. Reg. 
113/93, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of December, 1992. 

Schedule 1 



Item 
1. 



Classes of Real Property 
Column 1 Column 2 



Class 1 



Class 2 



3. 



Class 3 



Class 4 



Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause 
and vacant land municipally zoned for any 
other purpose not mentioned elsewhere in 
^ this Schedule, 

ii. seasonal residential, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for this 
purpose, or 

iii. farm land. 

Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause, 
or 

ii. a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which, but for 
subsection 135.3 (9) of the Regional 
Municipalities Act, subsection 60 (4) of 
the Assessment Act would apply. 

Property assessed as, 

i. commercial, including vacant land munic- 
ipally zoned principally for commercial 
development, or 

ii. industrial, including vacant land munici- 
pally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Property assessed as a pipe line. 

O.Reg. 113/93, Sched.l. 

Schedule 2 

Factors Applied to Market Value 

Column 1 Column 2 



I. 

2. 
3. 
4. 



Class 1 
Class 2 
Class 3 
Class 4 



0.048 
0.100 
0.062 
0.105 

O. Reg. 1 13/93, Sched. 2. 

Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1993. 
14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 114/93 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: March 15th, 1993 
Filed: March 16th, 1993 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS (BRUCE COUNTY) 
UNDER SUBSECTION 371 (2) OF THE ACT 

1. In this Regulation, "class" means a class established under 
section 3. O. Reg. 1 14/93, s. 1. 

2. — (1) This Regulation applies with respect to parcels of real 
property within the County of Bruce. 

(2) This Regulation applies with respect to the assessment to be 
shown on the assessment roll for 1992 for the taxation year 1993 and on 
the assessment roll for each subsequent year until a new assessment of 
all property within the county is made in 1996 for the taxation year 
1997. O. Reg. 1 14/93, s. 2. 

3. The real property in the county is divided into the classes 
described in Schedule 1 and each property shall be allocated to the class 
that most nearly describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
real property. O. Reg. 1 14/93, s. 3. 

4. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 371 (2) of the Act, the 
standards described in this section must be considered in equalizing 
assessments within the classes of real property in the county and in 
computing the factors resulting from the application of the standards. 

(2) The proportion that the municipal and school board taxes levied 
for 1992 in each class of real property bears to the total municipal and 
school board taxes levied for 1 992 must be maintained in such a way that 
the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxB 
is substantially the same as the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxC 

in which, 

"A" is the single mill rate which would have resulted in the amount 
of municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 against the total 
assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that comprise the class, 

"B" is the total assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that 
comprise the class, and 

"C" is the total assessment of the class for the 1993 taxation year 
following the application of the assessment standards described in this 
section. 

(3) All real property within a class must, to the extent possible, be 
assessed at the same proportion of market value in relation to the base 
year 1988. 

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), market value is as determined 
by the assessment commissioner in whose assessment region the real 
property is located. 

(5) The total assessment of the real property in the county, including 
assessments made under section 33 or 34 of Ihe Assessment Act, must not 
be substantially changed. 

(6) The assessment relationships between the classes of real property 
must not be significantly altered as a result of the application of the 
standards described in this section. 

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to changes in assess- 
ment relationships that have resulted from an increase in the total 
assessment of a class because of assessments made under section 33 or 
34 of the Assessment Act. O. Reg. 1 14/93, s. 4. 



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5. For the purpose of subsection 37 1 (2) of the Act, the factor to be 
applied to the market value of property in each class, as set out in 
Column 1 of Schedule 2, is set out opposite it in Column 2. O. Reg. 
114/93, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of December, 1992. 



Schedule 1 

Classes of Real Property 
Column 1 Column 2 



Item 
1. 



3. 



Class 1 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause 
and vacant land municipally zoned for any 
other purpose not mentioned elsewhere in 
this Schedule, 

ii. seasonal residential, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for this 
purpose, or 

iii. farm land. 

Class 2 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause, 
or 

ii. a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which, but for 
subsection 371 (II) of the Municipal 
Act, subsection 60 (4) of the Assessment 
Act would apply. 

Class 3 Property assessed as commercial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
commercial development. 

Class 4 Property assessed as industrial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
industrial development. 

Class 5 Property assessed as a pipe line. 

O.Reg. 1 14/93, Sched. 1. 

Schedule 2 

Factors Applied to Market Value 

Column 1 Column 2 



1. 


Class 1 


0.314 


2. 


Class 2 


0.407 


3. 


Class 3 


0.371 


4. 


Class 4 


0.429 


5. 


Class 5 


0.517 



O. Reg. 1 14/93, Sched. 2. 



Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto, this 1 5th day of March, 1 993. 
14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 115/93 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: March 15th, 1993 
Filed: March 16th, 1993 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS 

(ELGIN COUNTY) UNDER 
SUBSECTION 371 (2) OF THE ACT 

1. In this Regulation, "class" means a class established under 
section 3. O. Reg. 1 15/93, s. 1 . 

2.— (1) This Regulation applies with respect to parcels of real 
property within the City of St. Thomas and the County of Elgin, and 
references in this Regulation to the county shall include the City of St. 
Thomas. 

(2) This Regulation applies with respect to the assessment to be 
shown on the assessment roll for 1 992 for the taxation year 1 993 and on 
the assessment roll for each subsequent year until a new assessment of 
all property within the county is made in 1996 for the taxation year 
1997. O.Reg. 115/93,8.2. 

3. The real property in the county is divided into the classes 
described in Schedule 1 and each property shall be allocated to the class 
that most nearly describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
real property. O. Reg. 1 15/93, s. 3. 

4. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 371 (2) of the Act, the 
standards described in this section must be considered in equalizing 
assessments within the classes of real property in the county and in 
computing the factors resulting from the application of the standards. 

(2) The proportion that the municipal and school board taxes levied 
for 1992 in each class of real property bears to the total municipal and 
school board taxes levied for 1 992 must be maintained in such a way that 
the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxB 
is substantially the same as the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxC 

in which, 

"A" is the single mill rate which would have resulted in the amount 
of municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 against the total 
assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that comprise the class, 

"B" is the total assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that 
comprise the class, and 

"C" is the total assessment of the class for the 1993 taxation year 
following the application of the assessment standards described in this 
section. 

(3) All real property within a class must, to the extent possible, be 
assessed at the same proportion of market value in relation to the base 
year 1988. 

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), market value is as determined 
by the assessment commissioner in whose assessment region the real 
property is located. 

(5) The total assessment of the real property in the county, including 
assessments made under section 33 or 34 of the Assessment Act, must not 
be substantially changed. 

(6) The assessment relationships between the classes of real property 
must not be significantly altered as a result of the application of the 
standards described in this section. 

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to changes in assess- 
ment relationships that have resulted from an increase in the total 



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O.Reg. 116/93 801 



assessment of a class because of assessments made under section 33 or 
34 of the Assessment Act. O. Reg. 1 15/93, s. 4. 

5. For the purpose of subsection 37 1 (2) of the Act, the factor to be 
applied to the market value of property in each class, as set out in 
Column 1 of Schedule 2, is set out opposite it in Column 2. O. Reg. 
115/93, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come Into force on 
the 1st day of December, 1992. 

Schedule 1 



Item 
1. 



4. 



5. 



Classes of Real Property 

Column 1 Column 2 

Class 1 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause 
and vacant land municipally zoned for any 
other purpose not mentioned elsewhere in 
this Schedule, 

ii. seasonal residential, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for this 
purpose, or 

iii. farm land. 

Class 2 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause, 
or 

ii. a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which, but for 
subsection 371 (11) of the Municipal 
Act, subsection 60 (4) of the Assessment 
Act would apply. 

Class 3 Property assessed as commercial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
commercial development. 

Class 4 Property assessed as industrial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
industrial development. 

Class 5 Property assessed as a pipe line. 

O.Reg. 115/93, Sched.l. 

Schedule 2 

Factors Applied to Market Value 

Column 1 Column 2 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 


Class 1 
Class 2 
Class 3 
Class 4 
Class 5 


0.044 
0.085 
0.065 
0.093 
0.082 

O.Reg. 115/93,Sched.2. 

Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 



ONTARIO REGULATION 116/93 

made under the 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: March 15th, 1993 
Filed: March 16th, 1993 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS 

(VARIOUS MUNICIPALITIES) 

UNDER SUBSECTION 58 (3) OF THE ACT 

1. In this Regulation, "class" means a class established under 
section 3. O. Reg. 1 16/93, s. 1 . 

2. — ( 1 ) This Regulation applies with respect to real property located 
within the following: 

1. The Village of St. Clair Beach and the Township of Gosfield 
South in the County of Essex. 

2. The City of Kingston and the Township of Wolfe Island in the 
County of Frontenac. 

3. The City of Owen Sound in the County of Grey. 

4. The Village of Bath in the County of Lennox and Addington. 

5. The townships of Hamilton and Seymour in the County of 
Northumberland. 

6. The City of Woodstock and the Township of Blandford- 
Blenheim in the County of Oxford. 

7. The Township of Cosby, Mason and Martland in the District of 
Sudbury. 

8. The Town of Englehart in the District of Timiskaming. 

(2) This Regulation applies with respect to the assessment to be 
shown on the assessment roll for 1 992 for the taxation year 1 993 and on 
the assessment roll for each subsequent year until a new assessment of 
all property within the municipality is made. O. Reg. 1 16/93, s. 2. 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1993. 
14/93 



3. The real property in each municipality is divided into the classes 
described in Schedule I and each property shall be allocated to the class 
that most nearly describes the physical nature and characteristics of the 
property. O. Reg. 1 16/93, s. 3. 

4. — ( 1 ) For the purposes of subsection 58 (3) of the Act, the standards 
described in this section must be considered in equalizing assessments 
within the classes of real property in each municipality and in computing 
the factors resulting from the application of the standards. 

(2) The proportion that the municipal and school board taxes levied 
for 1992 in each class of real property in a municipality bears to the total 
municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 in the municipality 
must be maintained in such a way that the amount calculated using the 
formula, 

AxB 

is substantially the same as the amount calculated using the formula, 

AxC 

in which, 

"A" is the single mill rate which would have resulted in the amount 
of municipal and school board taxes levied for 1992 against the total 
assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that comprise the class, 

"B" is the total assessment in 1992 of all of the properties that 
comprise the class, and 

"C" is the total assessment of the class for the 1993 taxation year 
following the application of the assessment standards described in this 
section. 



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(3) All real property within a class in a municipality must, to the 
extent possible, be assessed at the same proportion of market value in 
relation to the base year 1988. 

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), market value is as determined 
by the assessment commissioner in whose assessment region the real 
property is located. 

(5) The total assessment of the real property in the municipality, 
including assessments made under section 33 or 34 of the Act, must not 
be substantially changed. 

(6) The assessment relationships between the classes of real property 
in a municipality must not be significantly altered as a result of the 
application of standards described in this section. 

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply with respect to changes in assess- 
ment relationships that have resulted from an increase in the total 
assessment of a class because of assessments made under section 33 or 
34 of the Act. O. Reg. 1 16/93, s. 4. 

5. For the purpose of subsection 58 (3) of the Act, the factor to be 
applied to the market value of property in each class in a municipality, 
as set out in Column 2 of Schedule 2, is set out opposite it in Column 3. 
O.Reg. 116/93, s. 5. 

6. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
the 1st day of December, 1992. 

Schedule 1 

Classes of Real Property 
Item Column 1 Column 2 

1. Class 1 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising not more than 
six residential units, including vacant land 
municipallyzoned principally for residen- 
tial development described in this clause 
and vacant land municipally zoned for any 
other purpose not mentioned elsewhere in 
this Schedule, or 

ii. seasonal residential, including vacantland 
municipally zoned principally for this 
purpose. 

2. Class 2 Property assessed as, 

i. residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally forresiden- 
tial development described in this clause, 



ii. a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which, subsec- 
tion 60 (4) of the Assessment Act applies. 

3. Class 3 Property assessed as commercial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
commercial development. 

4. Class 4 Property assessed as industrial, including 

vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
industrial development. 

5. Class 5 Property assessed as farm land. 

6. Class 6 Property assessed as a pipe line. 

O.Reg. 116/93, Sched. I. 



Schedule 2 

Factors Applied to Market Value 



Item 
1. 



Column 1 
Bath, Village 



2. 



Blandford-Blenheim, Township 



4. 



5. 



Cosby, Mason and Martland, 
Township 



Englehart, Town 



Gosfield South, Township 



Hamilton, Township 



Kingston, City 



Owen Sound, City 



10. 



II. 



Seymour, Township 

St. Clair Beach, Village 
Wolfe Island, Township 



Column 2 


Columns 


1 


0.037 


2 


0.052 


3 


0.040 


4 


0.056 


5 


0.031 


6 


0.085 


1 


0.032 


2 


0.036 


3 


0.074 


4 


0.085 


5 


0.039 


6 


0.059 


1 


0.013 


2 


0.014 


3 


0.015 


4 


0.014 


5 


0.013 


1 


0.174 


2 


0.248 


3 


0.227 


4 


0.221 


6 


0.438 


1 


0.030 


3 


0.035 


4 


0.045 


5 


0.035 


6 


0.082 


1 


0.020 


3 


0.021 


4 


0.038 


5 


0.026 


6 


0.042 


1 


0.040 


2 


0.072 


3 


0.051 


4 


0.076 


5 


0.092 


6 


0.361 


1 


0.105 


2 


0.233 


3 


0.193 


4 


0.283 


5 


0.145 


6 


0.492 


1 


0.020 


3 


0.025 


4 


0.047 


5 


0.028 


6 


0.045 


1 


0.030 


3 


0.025 


6 


0.066 


1 


0.026 


2 


0.026 


3 


0.056 


4 


0.085 


5 


0.053 



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O. Reg. 117/93 803 



Item 
12. 



Column 1 
Woodstock, City 



Column 2 


Columns 


1 


0.040 


2 


0.085 


3 


0.062 


4 


0.090 


5 


0.038 


6 


0.068 



O.Reg. 116/93,Sched. 2. 



Floyd Laughren 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of March, 1993. 
14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1 17/93 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Made: Septeinber 8th, 1992 

Approved: March 10th, 1993 

Filed: March 16th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 222 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Com) 

1. — (1) Clause (a) of the definition of "average farm yield" in 
section 3 of the Schedule to Regulation 222 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Section 9 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

9. — (1) In calculating an insured person's average farm yield, the 
Commission shall, 

(a) determine an insured person's actual yield in a year from that 
person's acreage production records for the year or, in the 
absence of such records, estimate an actual yield figure in a 
year on thebasisof a review of the insured person's farmland, 
the farmland in the district in which the insured person's 
acreage is located and the insured person's farming practices; 

(b) on an annual basis, apply the appropriate factor in Table 2 to 
the actual yield figure for a year determined under clause (a) to 
produce a factored yield for each year; 

(c) compare the factored yield in each year with the average of the 
factored yields and, 

(i) if the factored yield in a year exceeds that average by 
more than 30 per cent, shall adjust the factored yield 
according to the formula. 

Adjusted _ Factored 2 /Factored /Average , ,\\ 
" ~ 3 V Yield V Yield ^V), 



Yield 



Yield 



(ii) if the factored yield in a year falls short of that average 
by more than 30 per cent, shall adjust the factored yield 
according to the formula. 



Adjusted 
Yield 

and 



Factored 
Yield 



2 //Average „ .,\ Factored\ 
"^ 3 VV Yield "•'/ Yield/; 



(d) determine an insured person's average farm yield by calculating 
the average of the insured person's factored yields, using 
adjusted yield figures obtained under clause (c) where applic- 
able. 

(3) Section 10 of the Schedule is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

10. — (1) The coverage provided under a contract of insurance shall 
be the total guaranteed production multiplied by the established price. 

(2) The total guaranteed production under a contract of insurance 
shall be the average farm yield in bushels of the total acreage planted to 
com by the insured person, multiplied by the appropriate percentage as 
set out in subsections (3) to (5). 

(3) For initial coverage, 85 per cent shall be used in the calculation of 
the total guaranteed production under subsection (2). 

(4) If there was no claim in the previous year, the percentage to be 
used in the calculation of the total guaranteed production under 
subsection (2) for the current year is set out in Column 2 of the following 
Table opposite to the percentage used in that calculation for the previous 
year as set out in Column 1 : 

TABLE 



Column l 


Column 2 


Percentage used in 
previous year 


Percentage to be used 
in current year 


80 
83 
85 
88 
90 


83 
85 
88 
90 
90 



(5) If there was a claim in the previous year, the percentage to be used 
in the calculation of the total guaranteed production under subsection (2) 
for the current year is set out in Column 2 of the following Table 
opposite to the percentage used in that calculation for the previous year 
as set out in Column 1 : 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Percentage used in 
previous year 


Percentage to be used 
in current year 


90 
88 
85 
83 
80 


88 
85 
83 
80 
80 



(6) Despite subsection (5), the coverage provided under a contract of 
insurance following a year in which there was a claim shall be 90 per 
cent, 

(a) if the insured person has had both coverage and an actual farm 
yield for at least five years since the insured person has had 
records with the Commission; and 

(b) if the previous year's coverage was 90 per cent. 

(7) If in any year the claim paid is less than one-half of the total 
premium for that year, the coverage for the following year shall remain 
unchanged. 



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(8) For the purpose of Column 1 of the Tables to subsections (4) and 
(5), the percentage for 1 99 1 shall be deemed to be the actual percentage 
for 1991 plus 10 per cent. 

(4) Subsections 12 (1) and (2) of the Schedule are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purpose of this plan, the established price for grain com 
is 80 per cent or 1 00 per cent of the floating price per bushel determined 
under subsection (2). 

(2) The floating price per bushel is the lesser of, 

(a) the target price for the current crop year as defined in the 
Interim Gross Revenue Insurance Plan Program established by 
Order in Council; and 

(b) the average daily elevator board price per bushel of grain com 
at Hensall, Ontario, plus the difference between the average 
daily elevator track price per bushel of grain com at Chatham, 
Ontario, and the average daily elevator board price per bushel 
of grain com at Chatham, Ontario, as reported by the Farm 
Market News for the period October 2 1 to November 1 0, minus 
20 cents per bushel. 



(5) In this section, 

"elevator board price" means the average price paid by elevator 
operators to purchase grain com from producers; 

"elevator track price ' ' means the price received by elevator operators on 
the sale of grain com. 

(5) Subsection 13 (1) of the Schedule is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The total premium is, 

(a) $16 per acre where the established price is 80 per cent of the 
floating price per bushel; or 

(b) $20 per acre where the established price is 100 per cent of the 
floating price per bushel. 

(6) Clause 13 (2) (a) of the Schedule Is amended by striking out 
"80" in the first line and substituting "90". 

2. The Table to the Regulation is amended by striking out, 



and substituting: 



1.00000 
1.00000 
1.00000 



1.06723 
1.05307 
1.03928 



3. Form 1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

4. — (1) Clause 2 (1) (d) of Form 2 of the Regulation is amended by 
inserting after "perils" in the first line "excluding drought". 

(2) Subparagraphs 2 (3) and (4) of Form 2 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) The amount of the indemnity shall be one-third of the guaranteed 
production per acre of the crop with the highest priority, in the Table of 
the crops that were intended to be planted and that were insured by the 
insured person, multiplied by $2.40 per bushel. 



(3) Subparagraph 3 (2) of Form 2 is amended by striking out 
"$30" in the third line and substituting "$40". 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

William Jongejan 
Chair 

Matt Tulloch 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 8th day of September, 1992. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 118/93 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT (ONTARIO) 

Made; May 19th, 1992 

Approved: March 10th, 1993 

Filed: March 16th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 232 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Oil Seed) 

1.— (1) Clause 6 (b.l) of the Schedule to Regulation 232 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is amended by striking out "an endorse- 
ment for extended coverage for soybeans in Form 2" in the first line. 

(2) Section 17 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

17. — ( 1 ) For the purposes of this plan, the established price for canola 
is 80 per cent or 100 per cent of the floating price per pound. 

(2) The floating price per pound is the lesser of, 

(a) the target price for the current crop year as set out in the Interim 
Gross Revenue Insurance Plan Program established by Order in 
Council; and 

(b) the average calculated by the Commission of the daily prices 
per pound of canola at Hamilton and Windsor. Ontario as 
reported by the Farm Market News for the period from the 15th 
day of August to the 7th day of September in a crop year. 

(3) Subsection 18 (1) of the Schedule, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The total premium for canola is, 

(a) $12 per acre where the established price is 80 per cent of the 
floating price per pound; and 

(b) $15 per acre where the established price is 100 per cent of the 
floating price per pound. 

(4) Section 20 of the Schedule is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

20. — (1) The coverage provided under a contract of insurance shall 
be the total guaranteed production multiplied by the established price. 

(2) The total guaranteed production under a contract of insurance 
shall be the average farm yield in pounds of the total acreage planted to 
soybeans by the insured person, multiplied by the appropriate percentage 
as set out in this section. 

(3) For initial coverage, 85 per cent shall be used in the calculation of 
the total guaranteed production under subsection (2). 



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805 



(4) If there was no claim in the previous year, the percentage to be 
used in the calculation of the total guaranteed production under 
subsection (2) for the current year is set out in Column 2 of the following 
Table opposite to the percentage used in that calculation for the previous 
year as set out in Column 1 : 

TABLE 



Column l 


Column 2 


Percentage used in 
previous year 


Percentage to be used 
in current year 


80 
83 
85 
88 
90 


83 
85 
88 
90 
90 



(5) If there was a claim in the previous year, the percentage to be used 
in the calculation of the total guaranteed production under subsection (2) 
for the current year is set out in Column 2 of the following Table 
opposite to the percentage used in that calculation for the previous year 
as set out in Column 1 : 

TABLE 



Column l 


Column 2 


Percentage used in 
previous year 


Percentage to be used 
in current year 


90 
88 
85 
83 
80 


88 
85 
83 
80 
80 



(6) Despite subsection (5), the coverage provided under a contract of 
insurance following a year in which there was a claim shall be 90 per 
cent, 

(a) if the insured person has had coverage and an actual farm yield 
for at least five years from the time when the insured person has 
had records with the Commission; and 

(b) if the previous year's coverage was 90 per cent. 

(7) If in any year the claim paid is less than one-half of the total 
premium for that year, the coverage for the following year shall remain 
unchanged. 

(8) For the purpose of Column 1 of the Tables to subsections (4) and 
(5), the percentage for 1991 shall be deemed to be the actual percentage 
for 1991 plus 10 per cent. 

(5) Subsections 22 (I) and (2) of the Schedule, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 553/91, are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) The established price for soybeans is 80 per cent or 100 per cent 
of the floating price per bushel as determined under subsection (2.1). 

(6) Subsection 22 (2.1) of the Schedule, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2.1) The floating price per bushel is the lesser of, 

(a) the target price for the current crop year as set out in the Interim 
Gross Revenue Insurance Plan Program established by Order in 
Council; 



(b) the average daily Elevator Track Price per bushel of soybeans 
at Chatham, Ontario, as reported by the Farm Market News for 



the period from the 1st day of October to the 21st day of 
October in a crop year. 

(7) Section 22 of the Schedule, as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 553/91, is further amended by adding the following 
subsection: 

(5) In this section, "Elevator Track Price" means the price which 
elevator operators receive for the sale of soybeans. 

(8) Subsection 23 (1) of the Schedule, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The total premium for soybeans is, 

(a) $ 14.80 per acre where the established price is 80 per cent of the 
floating price per bushel; and 

(b) $1 8.60 per acre where the established price is 100 per cent of 
the floating price per bushel. 

(9) Clause 23 (3) (a) of the Schedule is amended by striking out 
"80" in the first line and substituting "90". 

2. — (1) Form 1 of the Regulation, as amended by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is further amended by adding the 
following paragraph immediately after the heading "Evaluation of 
Loss": 

1.1 — (1) For the purpose of determining the loss in production of 
soybeans in a crop year and the indemnity payable, the actual production 
of all harvested acreage of common soybeans and Natto-type soybeans 
shall be combined. 

(2) For the purpose of calculating actual production, Natto-type 
soybean yields shall be multiplied by a factor of 1.25 to convert the 
yields to common soybean yields whether or not there is a loss under 
subparagraph (1). 

(2) Clause 2 (1) (d) of Form 1 is amended by inserting after 
"perils" in the first line "excluding drought". 

(3) Subparagraphs 2 (3) and (4) of Form 1 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) The amount of the indemnity shall be one-third of the guaranteed 
production per acre of the crop with the highest priority in the Table of 
the crops that were intended to be planted and that were insured by the 
insured person, multiplied by 1 1 cents per pound for canola and by $6.05 
per bushel for soybeans. 

(4) In subsection (3), "the Table" means the Table in section 2 of 
Form 2 of Regulation 232 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Oil Seed) made under the Crop Insurance Act 
(Ontario). 

3. Form 2 of the Regulation, as amended by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 553/91, is revoked. 

4. — (1) Paragraph 5 of Form 3 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "and includes any additional coverage purchased under 
the extended coverage endorsement in Form 2" in the second, third 
and fourth lines. 

(2) Subparagraph 8 (1) of Form 3, as amended by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The total premium payable for this endorsement is 4 per cent of 
the total guaranteed production determined under section 18 of the 
Schedule multiplied by the established price determined under section 
20 of the Schedule. 

(3) Sub-subparagraph ii of subparagraph 3 of paragraph 10 of 
Form 3 is revoked and the following substituted: 



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ii. by multiplying the product obtained under sub- 
subparagraph i by $6.05 per bushel. 

5. Subparagraph 5 (1) of Form 4 of the Regulation, as made by 
Ontario Regulation 553/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) The additional premium payable in the crop year for this endorse- 
ment is, 

(a) $ 1 .80 per acre, where the established price is 80 per cent of the 
floating price per pound; and 

(b) $2.20 per acre, where the established price is 100 per cent of 
the floating price per pound. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 

William Jongejan 
Chair 

Matt Tulloch 
Secretary 

Dated at Toronto, this 19th day of May, 1992. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 119/93 

made under the 

COMMERCIAL CONCENTRATION TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 75 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 75 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purpose of subsections 15(11) and 1 6 (20) of the Act, the 
prescribed rate of interest shall be determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the 1 st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the Istday of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 



percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
119/93, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 1 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"2 and 3" in the third line and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 120/93 

made under the 
CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 183 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1.— (1) Subsection 503 (1) of Regulation 183 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 10 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 453/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the Istday of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the Istday of April, therateof 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
120/93, S.I (I). 

(2) Subsection 503 (3) of the Regulation, as remade by section 10 
of Ontario Regulation 453/92, is amended by striking out "2 and 3" 
in the second and third lines and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



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O. Reg. 123/93 807 



ONTARIO REGULATION 121/93 

made under the 
EMPLOYER HEALTH TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 319 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection 6 (1) of Regulation 319 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and tlie following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purposes of subsection 7 ( 1 ) of the Act, the prescribed rate 
of interest shall be determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the 1 st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada. The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
121/93, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 6 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"paragraph 2" in the second line and substituting "paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5". 

2. This Regulation conies into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



(2) Subsection 8 (1.1) of the Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 301/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1.1) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall 
be determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
122/93, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 8 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(1)" in the first line and substituting "(1.1)". 

(4) Subsection 8 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(1)" in the last line and substituting "(1.1)". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 123/93 

made under the 

GASOLINE TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 



ONTARIO REGULATION 122/93 

made under the 
FUEL TAX ACT 

Made: March lOth, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 



Amending Reg. 465 of R.R.O. 
(Miscellaneous) 



990 



1. — (1) Subsection 8 (1) of Regulation 465 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
301/91, is amended by striking out "2 and 3 of subsection (2)" in the 
second and third lines and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5 of subsection 
(1.1)". 



Amending Reg. 533 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection 8(1) of Regulation 533 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 302/91, 
is amended by striking out "2 and 3" in the second and third lines 
and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

(2) Subsection 8 (2) of the Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 302/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

I. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the 1 st day of April, 



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the 1st day of July and the 1st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
123/93, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 124/93 

made under the 
RACE TRACKS TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 984 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection 3 (1) of Regulation 984 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
321/91, is amended by striliing out "2 and 3" in the second and 
third lines and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

(2) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 321/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of j^pril, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the Istday of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 



Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
124/93, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 3 (3) of the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 321/91, is amended by inserting after "Gazette" 
in the second line "published". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 125/93 

made under the 

SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 

CORPORATIONS ACT 

Made: March 1 0th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1020 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (1) Subsection6(l)of Regulation 1020of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
297/91, is amended by striking out "2 and 3" in the second and 
third lines and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

(2) Subsection 6 (2) of the Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 297/91, is revoked and the follovfing substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the 1st day of July and the 1st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the Istday of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. Ifthe interest adjustment date is the Istday of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the I st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 



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of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of April of that year. 

5. Ifthe interest adjustment date is the Istdayof October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
125/93, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 126/93 

made under the 
TOBACCO TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1034ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1.— (1) Subsection 25 (1) of Regulation 1034 of Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
303/91, is amended by striking out "2 and 3" in the third line and 
substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

(2) Subsection 25 (2) of the Regulation, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 303/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the 1 st day of April, 
the 1st day of July and the 1st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the Istdayof April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. Ifthe interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
126/93, s. 1 (2). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 127/93 

made under the 

LAND TRANSFER TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

RATES OF INTEREST 

1. — ( 1 ) In this section, ' 'prime rate" means the annual rate of interest 
from time to time announced by each bank referred to in paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5 of subsection (2) to be its prime or reference rate of interest 
then in effect for determining interest rates on Canadian dollar commer- 
cial loans by that bank in Canada. 

(2) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. 

(3) The prescribed rate of interest must be published in the first issue 
of The Ontario Gazette published after each interest adjustment date. 
O.Reg. 127/93, s. 1. 

2. Regulation 702 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

14/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 128/93 

made under the 

MINING TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 769 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1.— (1) Subsections 11 (1), (2) and (3) of Regulation 769 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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(1) In this section, "prime rate" means the annual rate of interest 
from time to time announced by each bank referred to in paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5 of subsection (2) to be its prime or reference rate of interest 
then in effect for determining interest rates on Canadian dollar commer- 
cial loans by that bank in Canada. 

(2) Subject to subsections (4), (5) and (6), the prescribed rate of 
interest for the purposes of the Act shall be determined using the 
following rules: 

1 . The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the ) st day of April, 
the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. 

(3) The prescribed rate of interest must be published in the first issue 
of The Ontario Gazelle published after each interest adjustment date. 
O.Reg. 128/93, s. 1(1). 

(2) Subsection 1 1 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"(1)" in the last line and substituting "(2)". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

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the 1 st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the I st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the I st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. 

(1.1) Tlie prescribed rate of interest must be published in the first 
issue of The Onlario Gazette published after each interest adjustment 
date. 

(1.2) In this section, "prime rate" means the annual rate of interest 
from time to time announced by each bank referred to in paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5 of subsection (1) to be its prime or reference rate of interest 
then in effect for determining interest rates on Canadian dollar commer- 
cial loans by that bank in Canada. O. Reg. 1 29/93, s. 1 . 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 130/93 

made under 
THE SUCCESSION DUTY ACT 

Made; March 10th, 1993 
Filed; March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 804 of R.R.O. 1970 
(General) 



ONTARIO REGULATION 129/93 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL LAND TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 ^ 

Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 944 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsection 2 (1) of Regulation 944 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1 st day of January, the 1 st day of April, 



1. Subsection 25(l)of Regulation 804 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1970, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 505/83, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules; 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the I st day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of October of the previous 
year. 



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3. Ifthe interest adjustment date is the Istday of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the I st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. Ifthe interest adjustment date is the 1st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of July of that year. 

(1.1) The prescribed rate of interest must be published in the first 
issue of The Ontario Gazette published after each interest adjustment 
date. 

(1.2) In this section, "prime rate" means the annual rate of interest 
from time to time announced by each bank referred to in paragraphs 2, 
3, 4 and 5 of subsection ( I ) to be its prime or reference rate of interest 
then in effect for determining interest rates on Canadian dollar commer- 
cial loans by that bank in Canada. O. Reg. 130/93, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies only in respect of a deceased person 
whose death occurred on or before the 10th day of April, 1979. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 131/93 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 17th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 1013ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. The definition of "manufacturer or producer" in section 1 of 
Regulation 1013 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 150/91, is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

"manufacturer" or "producer" means a person who manufactures, 
fabricates, produces or assembles, as applicable, tangible personal 
property for sale, where the fair value of such tangible personal 
property sold to others exceeds $5,000, or where the fair value of such 
tangible personal property manufactured for that person's own use 
exceeds $50,000, in the fiscal year, but does not include, 



(a) a barrister, solicitor, notary, accountant, engineer or architect to 
the extent that such person produces printed matter in connec- 
tion with the rendering of professional services, 

(b) a restaurateur, caterer or person in the business of preparing 
prepared food products or beverages in an eating establishment, 
centralized kitchen or similar facility, whether or not the 
prepared food products or beverages are for consumption on the 
premises of that restaurateur, caterer or person, 

(c) a public hospital, school, school board or university, or 

(d) a religious, charitable, benevolent or non-profit organization to 
the extent that it manufactures stage props, sets and costumes 
for use by the organization in its staging of a live theatrical or 
musical performance; 

2. — (1) Subsection 21 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

( 1 ) For the purposes of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest shall be 
determined using the following rules: 

1. The rate of interest shall be reviewed four times a year and 
adjusted effective the 1st day of January, the 1st day of April, 
the 1 St day of July and the 1 st day of October in each year and 
shall remain in force until the next adjustment date. 

2. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of January, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of October of the previous 
year. 

3. If the interest adjustment date is the I st day of April, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of January of that year. 

4. If the interest adjustment date is the 1st day of July, the rate of 
interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 15th day of April of that year. 

5. If the interest adjustment date is the 1 st day of October, the rate 
of interest shall be the mean, rounded to the nearest whole 
percentage point, of the prime rates of The Royal Bank of 
Canada, The Bank of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Imperial Bank 
of Commerce, the Bank of Montreal and The Toronto- 
Dominion Bank on the 1 5th day of July of that year. O. Reg. 
131/93,5.2(1). 

(2) Subsection 21 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"2 and 3" in the third line and substituting "2, 3, 4 and 5". 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

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O. Reg. 134/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 132/93 

made under the 
GAMING SERVICES ACT, 1992 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 19th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 22/93 

(Registration of Suppliers 

and Gaming Assistants) 

1. Paragraph 3 of section 2 of Ontario Regulation 22/93 is 
revolted and the following substituted: 

3. A bingo caller is an individual who operates the equipment 
used for the random selection of numbers and calls the numbers 
at a bingo event on behalf of a registered supplier. 



2. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) The application shall be accompanied by the applicable fee set out 
in the Schedule. O. Reg. 1 32/93, s. 2. 

3. Section 17 of the Regulation is revolted and the following 
substituted: 

17. Every supplier registered as a bingo hall owner or operator 
shall provide facilities, equipment, callers, security, storage and event 
co-ordination in respect of every gaming premises that the person owns 
or operates. O. Reg. 132/93, s. 3. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 132/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LES SERVICES RELATIFS AU JEU 

pris le 10 mars 1993 
déposé le 19 mars 1993 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 22/93 

(Inscription des fournisseurs 

et des préposés au jeu) 

1 La disposition 3 de l'article 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 22/93 
est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

3. Un meneur de jeu est un particulier qui, au nom d'un fournis- 
seur inscrit, fait fonctionner le matériel servant au tirage au 
hasard des chiffres et annonce ces chiffres lors d'une activité de 
bingo. 

2 Le paragraphe 5 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

(2) La demande est accompagnée des droits applicables fixés dans 
l'annexe. Règl. de l'Ont. 132/93, art. 2. 

3 L'article 17 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit: 

17 Le fournisseur inscrit comme propriétaire ou exploitant de salle 
de bingo fournit des installations, du matériel, ainsi que des services de 
meneurs de jeu, de sécurité, d'entreposage ou de coordination d'acti- 
vités, à l'égard de chaque lieu réservé au jeu que cette personne possède 
ou exploite. Règl. de l'Ont. 132/93, art. 3. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 133/93 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made; March lOth, 1993 
Filed: March 19th, 1993 

AUTOMATED RECORDING AND 
PROPERTY MAPPING 

1. The land for the following registry divisions, as described by 
Regulation 996 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Registry Act, is designated for the purposes of Part 11 of the Act: 

1. Kent (No. 24). 

2. Middlesex (No. 33). 

3. Ottawa-Carleton (No. 5). 

4. Oxford (No. 41). 

5. Sudbury (No. 53). 

6. Toronto (No. 63). 

7. Toronto Boroughs (No. 64). O. Reg. 133/93, s. 1. 

2. Regulation 687 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 and 
Ontario Regulations 5/91, 54/91, 55/91, 56/91, 57/91, 58/91, 59/91, 
60/91, 125/91, 195/91, 239/91, 240/91, 241/91, 277/91, 329/91, 418/91, 
634/91, 635/91, 686/91, 699/91, 778/91, 223/92, 300/92, 301/92, 302/92, 
557/92, 573/92, 574/92, 647/92, 648/92, 761/92, 790/92, 791/92, 29/93, 
30/93, 31/93, 32/93, 89/93 and 90/93 are revoked. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 134/93 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: March 10th, 1993 
Filed: March 19th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 723 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks) 

1. The Schedule to Regulation 723 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 

Awenda Provincial Park 
Balsam Lake PrQvincial Park 
Bass Lake Provincial Park 
Bon Echo Provincial Park 
Craigleith Provincial Park 
Darlington Provincial Park 
Earl Rowe Provincial Park 
Emily Provincial Park 
Fitzroy Provincial Park 
Ipperwash Provincial Park 
Long Point Provincial Park 
MacGregor Point Provincial Park 
McRae Point Provincial Park 
The Pinery Provincial Park 
Point Farms Provincial Park 
Port Burwell Provincial Park 
Presqu'ile Provincial Park 
Rock Point Provincial Park 
Rideau River Provincial Park 
Rondeau Provincial Park 
Sandbanks Provincial Park 



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Sauble Falls Provincial Park 
Serpent Mounds Provincial Park 
Sibbald Point Provincial Park 
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park 
Turkey Point Provincial Park 
Wheatley Provincial Park 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 135/93 

made under the 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: March 18th, 1993 
Filed: March 19th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 482/73 

(County of Halton (now The Regional Municipality 

of Halton), City of Burlington) 

I. Section 81 of Ontario Regulation 482/73, as remade by section 
I of Ontario Regulation 504/84, is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

81. — (1) Despite section 4, the building existing on the 1st day of 
February, 1993 on the land described in subsection (2) may be used for 
storing and selling canned and packaged food, for manufacturing, storing 
and selling electrical products and for offices if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Maximum floor area 

Minimum distance between 
the building and Sumach 
Drive 

Minimum distance between 
the building and Lemonville 
Road 

Minimum distance between 
the building and the westerly 
side lot line 



3,121 square metres 



9 metres 



4.5 metres 



4.5 metres 



(2) Subsection ( 1 ) applies to that parcel of land situate in the City of 
Burlington in The Regional Municipality of Halton, formerly in the 
Township of East Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being that 
part of Lot 9 in Concession 1 more particularly described as follows: 

Beginning at a point in the southerly limit of the lands of the Canadian 
National Railways distant 28.054 metres measured south 48° 53' west 
therealong from the easterly limit of the said Lot 9; 

Thence south 48° 53' west along the southerly limit of the said lands 
172.136 metres to a point; 

Thence south 5 1 ° 05' west along the southerly limit of the said lands 
155.171 metres to a point; 

Thence south 44° 40' east 67.583 metres to a point on the northerly 
limit of Sumach Drive as widened; 

Thence north 51° 54' 30" east along the northerly limit of the said 
Sumach Drive 165.164 metres to a point; 

Thence south 38° 43' east along the easterly limit of the said widening 
1.981 metres to the northerly limit of Sumach Drive; 

Thence north 50° 3 1 ' east along the northerly limit of Sumach Drive 
194.386 metres to a point distant 0.738 metres measured south 50° 3 1 ' 
west from the easterly limit of the said Lot 9, the said point being on 
the northeasterly limit of Part 1 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Halton (No. 2 1 ) as 
Number 20R-25 15; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit of the said Part 1 2 
to the place of beginning; 

Save and except that portion of land designated as Part 1 on 20R- 
10258 deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
ofHalton(No. 21).. O.Reg. 135/93, s. 1. 

Diana Linn Jardine 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 18th day of March, 1993. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 136/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 22nd, 1993 
Filed: March 24th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

1. — (1) Paragraph 3 of Part 4 of Schedule 6 to Regulation 619 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Part 5 of Schedule 6 to the Regulation, as amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 41/91 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
428/91, is further amended by adding the following paragraph: 



Lennox and 
Addington — 

Twp. of 
Kaladar, 
Anglesea and 
Efnngham 



21. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in 
the hamlet of Kaladar in the Township of Kaladar, 
Anglesea and Effingham in the County of Lennox 
and Addington lying between a point situate 550 
metres measured easterly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the King's Highway known as No. 
41 and a point situate 480 metres measured westerly 
from the said intersection. 



2. — (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 3 of Schedule 12 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Regional 
Municipality 
of Peel- 
City of 
Brampton 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 10 in 
the City of Brampton in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel lying between a point situate 220 metres 
measured northerly from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of the King's Highway known as No. 
7 and a point situate 520 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the southerly limit of the 
roadway known as Peel Regional Road No. 14. 



(2) Part 5 of Schedule 12, as amended by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 2/91, section 2 of Ontario Regulation 502/91 and section 
3 of Ontario Regulation 20/93, is further amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Peel- 
City of 
Brampton 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 10 in 
the City of Brampton in The Regional Municipality 
of Peel lying between a point situate at its intersec- 
tion with the southerly limit of the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 and a point situate 220 metres 
measured northerly from the said intersection. 



3. — (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 19 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Ottawa- 
Carleton — 

Twp. of Rideau 

City of Nepean 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 6 in 
The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton lying 
between a point situate 725 metres measured south- 
erly from its intersection with the roadway known as 
Century Road in the Township of Rideau and a point 
situate 50 metres measured southerly from its inter- 
section with the entrance to the Black Rapids Obser- 
vation Area in the City of Nepean. 



(3) Schedule 19 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Parts: 



Parts 

1. Thatpartof the King's Highway known as No. 16 in 
The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton lying 
between a point situate 50 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the entrance to the Black 
Rapids Observation Area in the City of Nepean and 
a point situate at its intersection with the south- 
erly limits of the City of Ottawa. O. Reg. 136/93, 
s. 3 (3), part. 

Part 6 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Ottawa- 
Carleton — 

Cities of 
Nepean and 
Ottawa 



(Reserved) 

O. Reg. 136/93, s. 3 (3), part. 

4. Schedule 152 to the Regulation is revoked. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of March, 1993. 

15/93 



(2) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Part 4 of Schedule 19 are revoked. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 137/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 16th. 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

WITHDRAWAL OF DELEGATION OF 
AUTHORITY OF MINISTER 

1. The delegation of authority under section 5 1 of the Act set out in 
Ontario Regulation 476/83 is hereby withdrawn in respect of all 
applications for approval regarding land described in section 2. O. Reg. 
137/93, s. 1. 

2. This Order applies to the land in the Town of Rayside-Balfour, 
formerly in the Township of Rayside, in The Regional Municipality of 
Sudbury being part of Lot 1 1 in Concession III designated as Parcel 
5073 Sudbury West Section in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 

Ed Philip 
Minister of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of March, 1993. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 138/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 23rd, 1993 
Filed: March 26di, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 25/86 

(Zoning Areas— District of Kenora, 

Part of the Sioux Lookout Planning Area) 

53.1 Despite section 52, a principal use of one single dwelling per 
lot is permitted in the Rural Zones on lots existing on the 6th day of 
December, 1990 if the requirements set out in subsections 53 (1), (3) 
and (4) are met. O. Reg. 1 38/93, s. 1 . 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1993. 

15/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 139/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 23rd, 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 423/78 

(Restricted Areas — District of Cochrane, 

Geographic townships of O'Brien, 

Owens and Teetzel) 

1. Ontario Regulation 423/78 is amended by adding the following 
sections: 

36. — (1) Despite section 27, shortwave radar towers and accessory 
buildings or structures may be erected or located and used on the land 
described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of O'Brien in the District of Cochrane being the south half of 
Lot 7, Concession XI. O. Reg. 1 39/93, s. 1 , part. 

yi. — (1) Public utilities are permitted in every zone. 

(2) Public utilities are subject to the requirements for principal 
buildings and structures in the zone in which they are located. 

(3) For the purposes of this Order, public utilities include theland, 
buildings, structures and equipment required to administer and operate 
them. O. Reg. 1 39/93, s. 1 , part. 



Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1993. 

15/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 140/93 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 23rd, 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 279/80 
(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area) 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

126. — (1) Despite clauses 5 (3) (a) and (c), an accessory building on 
the land described in subsection (2) may be erected 14 metres closer to 
the front lot line than the principal building or structure. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Aweres in the District of Algoma being part of section 32 
and more particularly described as Part I on Plan AR-971 deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Algoma (No. 1). 
O.Reg. 140/93, s.l. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1993. 

15/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 141/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 23rd, 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

AmendingO. Reg. 834/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of Sudbury, 

Territorial District of Sudbury) 

1. Section 104 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81, as 
made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 131/91, is revoked. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1993. 

15/93 

ONTARIO REGULATION 142/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 623 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Stop Signs at Intersections) 

1. Schedules 24, 27, 46 and 47 of Regulation 623 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of March, 1993. 

15/93 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 143/93 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 26th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 624 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Stop Signs in Territory Without 

Municipal Organization) 

1. Regulation 624 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 119 

1. The highway known as Pass Lake East Road in the unorganized 
Township of Sibley in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Squaw Bay Road. 

2. Eastbound on Pass Lake East Road. O. Reg. 143/93, s. I, part. 

Schedule 120 

1. The highway known as McLean's Road in the unorganized 
Township of Sibley in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Squaw Bay Road. 

2. Westbound on McLean's Road. O. Reg. 143/93, s. I, part. 



Schedule 121 



1. The highway known as Pass Lake Crossroads in the unorganized 
Township of Sibley in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Squaw Bay Road. 

2. Eastbound on Pass Lake Crossroads. O. Reg. 143/93, s. 1, par;. 

Schedule 122 

1 . The highway known as Moonlight Beach Road in the unorganized 
Township of Sibley in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Squaw Bay Road. 

2. Westbound on Moonlight Beach Road. O. Reg. 143/93, s. 1, part. 

Schedule 123 

1. The highway known as Ronquist's Road in the unorganized 
Township of Sibley in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Squaw Bay Road. 

2. Westbound on Ronquist's Road. O. Reg. 143/93, s. 1, part. 

Gilles Pouliot 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of March, 1993. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1993—04—17 



ONTARIO REGULATION 144/93 

made under the 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Approved: March 3rd, 1993 
Filed: March 30th, 1993 

EXEMPTION— THE METROPOLITAN TORONTO AND 
REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY— MTRCA-4 

Having received a request from the Metropolitan Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority (the "Authority") that an undertaking, namely: 

the implementation of modifications to the Colonel Samuel Bois 
Smith Master Plan (now known as the Colonel Samuel Smith 
Master Plan) which was accepted by the Environmental Assessment 
Board in 1980 and with respect to which an approval was issued, 
providing for the creation of a regional waterfront park at the 
Colonel Samuel Smith waterfront area, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Metropolitan Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority that if the undertaking is subject to the applica- 
tion of the Act, the following injury, damage or interference with the 
persons and property indicated will occur: 

A. The people of Etobicoke and Metropolitan Toronto will be 
interfered with and damaged by the undue delay and expense to 
prepare another environmental assessment for the modifications 
which have been subject to public review and comment and are 
generally consistent with the original conditions of approval by 
the Environmental Assessment Board in 1980. 



C. The Authority has consulted with the public in developing the 
proposed amendments and is confident that such amendments 
will not result in any concerns. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and conditions: 

1. Where any activity which otherwise would be exempt under 
this order is being carried out as or is part of an undertaking for 
which an environmental assessment has been accepted and 
approval to proceed received, other than the approval referred 
to in the description of the exempt undertaking, the activity 
shall be carried out in accordance with any terms or conditions 
in the approval to proceed as well as the conditions of this 
order. 

2. Where any activity which is the subject of this order is being 
carried out as or is part of another undertaking which is the 
subject of an exemption order under the Act, the activity 
exempt under this order shall be carried out in accordance with 
any terms or conditions in the other exemption order as well as 
the conditions in this order. 

3. The modifications referred to in the description of the undertak- 
ing are those described in Appendix 1 of the submission by the 
Authority dated July 28, 1992, acopy of which is in the public 
record maintained under the Act for the Colonel Samuel Smith 
Master Plan. O. Reg. 144/93. 

Bud Wildman 
Minister of Environment and Energy 

16/93 



B. The people of Etobicoke and Metropolitan Toronto will be 
interfered with and damaged by the inability to implement a 
revised Master Plan which improves and expands upon the 
naturalization and regeneration aspects of the Master Plan 
approved in 1980. 

C. The people of Etobicoke and Metropolitan Toronto will be 
interfered with and damaged by limited public access and 
recreation while missing an opportunity to incorporate Provin- 
cially endorsed initiatives as outlined in the report of the Royal 
Commission on the Future of the Toronto Waterfront with the 
result being a significantly improved regional waterfront park 
for the public. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interference against the 
betterment of the people of the whole or any part of Ontario by the 
protection, conservation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertaking being subject to 
the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to 
order and orders that the undertaking is exempt from the application of 
the Act for the following reasons: 

A. The proposed amendments to the waterfront park plan will 
enhance the environment by creating aquatic habitat and 
providing safe public access. 

B. The proposed wetland would be less costly and would provide 
aquatic terrestrial habitat as part of regenerating the shoreline. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 145/93 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 30th, 1993 

CITY OF GUELPH, TOWNSHIPS OF 
GUELPH AND PUSLINCH BOUNDARY 

1. — ( 1 ) On the 1 St day of April, 1993, the following land is annexed 
to the City of Guelph: 

1. The portion of the Township of Guelph described in 
Schedule A. 

2. The portion of the Township of Puslinch described in 
Schedule B. 

(2) The lands described in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule A become 
part of Ward 2 and the lands described in paragraph 3 of Schedule A 
becomes part of Ward 4 of the City of Guelph. 

(3) The lands described in paragraph 1 of Schedule B becomes part 
of Ward 6 and the lands described in paragraph 2 of Schedule B becomes 
part of Ward 1 of the City of Guelph. 

2. On the 1 st day of April, 1993, the following vest in The Corpora- 
tion of the City of Guelph: 



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1 . All land of The Corporation of the Township of Guelph situate 
in the area described in Schedule A. 

2. All land of The Corporation of the Township of Puslinch situate 
in the area described in Schedule B. 

3. On the 1st day of April, 1993, the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the City of Guelph extend to the areas described in Schedules A and B, 
and the by-laws of the township municipalities cease to apply to such 
area, except, 

(a) by-laws of the township municipalities, 

(i) that were passed under section 3 1 or 34 of the Planning 
Act or a predecessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 13 (3) of The 
Municipal Amendment Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway Traffic Act or the 
Municipal Act that regulate the use of highways by 
vehicles and pedestrians and that regulate the encroach- 
ment or projection of buildings or any portion thereof 
upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by the council of The 
Corporation of the City of Guelph; 

(b) by-laws ofthe township municipalities passed under section 45, 
58 or 6 1 of the Drainage Act or a predecessor of those sections; 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, franchises, immunities or 
exemptions that could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
councils of the township municipalities; and 

(d) by-laws ofthe township municipalities passed under section 10 
of the Weed Control Act. 

4. All applications made under the Planning Act to the township 
municipalities that affect annexed lands, as set out in Schedules A and 
B, shall be deemed to be applications to the City of Guelph and 
continued by the City. 

5. — (1) The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of Puslinch 
shall, within fifteen days following the date of annexation, prepare and 
furnish to the clerk of The Corporation of the City of Guelph a special 
collector's roll showing all arrears of taxes or special rates assessed 
against the land in the annexed area up to and including the 3 1 st day of 
March, 1993, and the persons assessed therefor. 

(2) The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of Guelph shall, 
within fifteen days following the date of annexation, prepare and furnish 
to the clerk of The Corporation of the City of Guelph a special collec- 
tor's roll showing all arrears of taxes or special rates assessed against the 
lands in the annexed area up to and including the 31st day of March, 
1993, and the persons assessed therefor. 

6. — ( 1 ) All real property taxes levied under any general or special Act 
and uncollected in the annexed area which are due and unpaid on the 
3 1 St day of March, 1 993 shall be deemed on that date to be taxes due and 
payable to The Corporation of the City of Guelph and may be collected 
by The Corporation of the City of Guelph. 

(2) In this section, real property includes any highway, street fixture, 
waterline, easement and restrictive convenant running in favour or 
against real property. 

(3) On or before the sixtieth day following the date of annexation. The 
Corporation of the City of Guelph shall pay to The Corporation of the 
Township of Puslinch an amount equal to the amount of all real property 
taxes that The Corporation of the Township of Puslinch is entitled to 
collect in the annexed area under subsection (1), that were due but 
unpaid on the 3 1 st day of March, 1 993. 

(4) On or before the sixtieth day following the date of annexation. The 



Corporation of the City of Guelph shall pay to The Corporation of the 
Township of Guelph an amount equal to the amount of all real property 
taxes that The Corporation of the Township of Guelph is entitled to 
collect in the annexed area under subsection (1), that were due but 
unpaid on the 31st day of March, 1993. 

7. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the annexed area 
which are due and unpaid on the 3 1 st day of March , 1 993 shall continue 
after that date to be taxes due and payable to the township municipalities 
and may be collected by the township municipalities. 

8. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed area upon which the 
taxes after the 31st day of March, 1993 shall be levied shall be deter- 
mined by the assessment commissioner in accordance with the classes 
of real property and the factors prescribed for The Corporation of the 
City of Guelph by regulations made under the Assessment Act. 

(2) Where the assessment commissioner makes an assessment in 
accordance with subsection ( 1 ), section 35 of the Assessment Act applies 
to the assessment. 

9. — (1) The Corporation of the City of Guelph shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of Puslinch, as compensation for the loss 
of tax revenues from the annexed area, the sum of $400,001 of which, 

(a) $57, 143 is payable on or before the 1 st day of April, 1993; and 

(b) $57,143 is payable on or before the Istday of January in 1994 
and on or before the 1 st day of January in each subsequent year 
until 1999. 

(2) The Corporation ofthe City of Guelph shall pay to The Corpora- 
tion of the Township of Guelph, as compensation for the loss of tax 
revenues from the annexed area, the sum of $37,962 of which, 

(a) $5,423 is payable on or before the 1st day of April, 1993; and 

(b) $5,423 is payable on or before the Istday of January, 1994 and 
on or before the 1st day of January in each subsequent year 
until 1999. 

(3) The Corporation of the City of Guelph shall pay to The Corpora- 
tion of the County of Wellington, as compensation for the loss of tax 
revenues from the annexed area, the sum of $210,000 of which, 

(a) $30,000 is payable on or before the Istday of April, 1993; and 

(b) $30,000 is payable on or before the 1st day of January, 1994 
and on or before the 1st day of January in each subsequent year 
until 1999. 

(4) The schedule of payments to be made in accordance with 
subsections (1), (2) and (3) shall be deemed to be a matter within the 
meaning of subsection 147 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

10. The agreement between The Corporation of the City of Guelph 
and The Corporation of the Township of Puslinch entered into on the 
2nd day of October, 1991, the agreement between The Corporation of 
the City of Guelph and The Corporation of the Township of Guelph 
entered into on the 2nd day of October, 1 99 1 and the agreement between 
The Corporation of the City of Guelph and The Corporation of the 
County of Wellington entered into on the 2nd of December, 1 99 1 , to the 
extent that they are referred to in this Order, are hereby given effect. 

0. Reg. 145/93. 

Schedule A 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF GUELPH 
Those parcels of land in the Township of Guelph described as follows: 

1 . Beginning at the point of intersection of the northeasterly boundary 
of the City of Guelph and the northwesteriy limit of the road 
allowance between concessions V and VI in Division C of the 
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Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit of the said road 
allowance 405 metres to the southerly angle of Lot 4 in Concession 
VI; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit of Lot 4, 4.70 
metres to the northwesterly limit of the said road allowance as 
widened and shown on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Wellington (No. 61) as Number 
61R-2319; 

Thence northeasterly along the northwesterly limit of the said road 
allowance as shown on the said Plan Number 61R-2319 and parts 
10, 9 and 8 as shown on a Plan deposited in the said Land Registry 
Office as Number 61R-1917, 792 metres to an angle of Part 8; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Part 8, 21.6 metres to 
the northerly angle of Part 8 being a point on the southwesterly limit 
of the widened road allowance between lots 5 and 6 in the said 
Division C; 

Thence northeasterly 30.64 metres to the northeasterly limit of the 
said widened road allowance between lots 5 and 6 being the 
westerly angle of Part 7 as shown on the said Plan Number 
61R-1917; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Part 7, 2 1 .5 metres to 
the northwesterly limit of the widened road allowance between 
concessions V and VI in the said Division C; 

Thence southeasterly 33.5 metres to an angle in the southeasterly 
limit of the said widened road allowance being an angle of Part 2 as 
shown on the said Plan; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Part 2 of the said Plan 
2 1 .5 metres to the southerly angle of Part 2 being the northeasterly 
limit of the widened road allowance between lots 5 and 6; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of the said 
widened road allowance being Part 4 as shown on a Plan deposited 
in the said Land Registry Office as Number 61R-1918, 490.73 
metres to the northwesterly boundary of the City of Guelph; 

Thence westerly following the northerly boundaries of the said City 
to place of beginning. 

Beginning at a northerly angle of the City of Guelph being a point 
on the northeasterly limit of Lot 2 in Concession VII in Division C 
of the Township of Guelph distant 334.84 metres measured 
northwesterly from the southeasterly angle of Lot 2; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit of Lot 2 in 
concessions VII and VIII in the said Division C 1,452.53 metres to 
the middle of the Speed River; 

Thence southerly along the middle of the Speed River 2,743.3 
metres to the northwesterly boundary of the City of Guelph being 
on the southwesterly prolongation of the southeasterly limit of 
Broken Front Lot G in Division F of the Township of Guelph; 

Thence northeasterly following the northwesterly boundaries of the 
said City to the place of beginning. 

Beginning at a westerly angle of the City of Guelph being a point 
in the northwesterly limit of Lot 3 in Concession VI in Division D 
of the Township of Guelph distant 8.440 metres measured north- 
easterly from the westerly angle of Lot 3; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit of Lot 3 and the 
southwesterly prolongation thereof 36.58 metres to the south- 
westerly limit of the widened road allowance between divisions D 
and B of the said Township; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between the said divisions to the northwesterly boundary 
of the said City; 



Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit of the said road 
allowance or the Elmira Road 205.56 metres to the northwesterly 
boundary of the said City; 

Thence northeasterly along a northwesterly boundary of the said 
City 24 1 .69 metres to a southerly angle of Part 1 as shown on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Wellington (No. 61) as Number 61 R-5448; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limits of Part 1 to the north- 
easterly limit of the widened road allowance between the said 
divisions; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit of the said road 
allowance to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 145/93, Sched. A. 

Schedule B 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF GUELPH 

Those parcels of land in the Township of Puslinch described as follows: 

I . Beginning at the point of intersection of the southeasterly boundary 
of the City of Guelph and the northeasterly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions VIII and IX of the said Township 
being the northerly angle of Part 4 as shown on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Wellington 
(No. 61) as Number 61 WGR-30; 

Thence southeasterly along the northeasterly limit of the said road 
allowance as shown on the said Plan Number WGR-30 and Plan 
Number WGR-29 to an angle therein distant 15.249 metres 
measured northwesterly from the northwesterly limit of the Public 
Road as shown on a Plan registered in the said Land Registry Office 
as Number 131; 

Thence easterly 14.1 1 metres to an angle in the said Public Road 
now County Road Number 37 being at the westerly angle of Part 1 8 
as shown on a Plan deposited in the said Land Registry Office as 
Number6IR-2845; 

Thence southeasterly 30.48 metres to an angle of the said County 
Road distance 15.240 metres measured northeasterly from a point 
distance 5.182 metres measured southeasterly from the westerly 
angle of Lot 7 in Concession IX; 

Thence southerly 21.65 metres to a point in the southwesterly limit 
Lot 7 distant 20.42 metres measured southeasterly from the westerly 
angle of Lot 7; 

Thence southeasterly along the northwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions VIII and IX to the westerly angle 
of Lot 15 in Concession IX of the said Township; 

Thence southwesterly to and along the southeasterly limit of the 
road allowance between lots 15 and 16 to a point distant 20.42 
metres measured northeasterly from the westerly angle of Lot 1 6 in 
Concession VIII the said point being an angle in the northeasterly 
limit of County Road Number 46; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said County Road 
21 .45 metres to angle in the said County Road; 

Thence southwesterly crossing the said County Road 30.48 metres 
to an angle in the southwesterly limit of the said County Road; 

Thence westerly along the southwesterly limit of the said County 
Road 21 .44 metres to a point in the northwesterly limit of Lot 16 in 
Concession VII of the said Township; 

Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit of Lot 1 6 in the 
said Concession to the northerly angle of Part 1 as shown on a Plan 
deposited in the said Land Registry Office as Number 61 R-209; 

Thence southwesterly along the southeasteriy limit of Part 10, 
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Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Part 1 0, 3 1 .7 1 metres 
to the northeasterly limit of the road allowance between concessions 
VII and III of the Township of Puslinch; 

Thence southwesterly 20.12 metres to a point in the southwesterly 
limit of the road allowance between the said concessions distant 
32.07 metres measured southeasterly from the easterly angle of part 
of the said Plan Number 61R-209; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit of the road 
allowance between concessions VII and III to the northerly limit of 
Concession III; 

Thence northwesterly to and along the southwesterly limit of the 
road allowance between concessions VII and IV to intersect a point 
distant 63.74 metres measured southeasterly from the northerly 
angle of Lot 21 in Concession FV and being on the easterly 
prolongation of the southerly limit of the travelled road in the 
middle of Concession IV; 

Thence westerly along the easterly prolongation of the southerly 
limit of the said travelled road 31.51 metres to the easterly limit of 
the road allowance between lots 20 and 21; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the said road allowance 
228.2 metres to a point; 

Thence westerly crossing the said road allowance 20.12 metres to 
the southerly angle of Part 4 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number 61R-208; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Part 4, 43.84 metres to 
the southerly angle of Part 1 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number 61R-326; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Part 1 being along a 
curve having a radius of 196.75 metres an arc distance of 101.90 
metres to a point; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of the said Part 1, 99.26 
metres to the southerly limit of the said travelled road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the said travelled road 
to the westerly limit of Lot 16 in Concession IV; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 16, 24.94 metres 
to the southerly angle of Part 1 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
said Land Registry Office as Number 61R-165; 

Thence westerly 30.68 metres to a point of intersection of the 
southerly limit of the widened road allowance between lots 15 and 
1 6 and the westerly limit of the southwesterly angle of Part 5 of the 
said deposited Plan; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit of the said Part 
5 to the southerly limit of the travelled road in the middle of 
Concession IV; 

Thence northerly crossing the said travelled road 13.64 metres to 
the southwesterly angle of Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in 
the said Land Registry Office as Number 61R-163; ^ 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the road allowance 
between the said lots as shown on the said Plan Number 61R-163 
and Plan Number 61R-162 a southeriy boundary of the City of 
Guelph being the northerly limit of the southerly half of Lot 15 in 
Concession V of the Township of Puslinch; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly boundaries of the said 
City to the southerly angle thereof; 

Thence northeasterly, northwesterly and northeasterly along the 
southeasterly boundaries of the said City to the place of beginning. 

2. Beginning at an easterly angle in the City of Guelph being a point 



on the northwesterly limit of Lot 2 west of Blind Line as shown on 
a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Wellington (No. 6 1 ) as Number 1 3 1 the said point being 
distant 8 1 .4 metres measured northeasterly from the westerly angle 
of Lot 2; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly limit of Lot 1 of the 
said Plan and the northeasterly prolongation thereof to the south- 
westerly limit of Lot 1 east of Blind Line of the said registered Plan; 

Thence southeasterly along the southwesterly limit of Lot 1 east of 
Blind Line 6.4 metres to the southerly angle of Lot 1 east of Blind 
Line; 

Thence northeasterly along the southeasterly limit of the said Lot 1 
to the easterly angle of Lot 1 ; 

Thence northeasterly 20.12 metres to the southerly angle of Lot 1 
in Concession X of the Township of Puslinch; 

Thence northwesterly along the southwesterly limit of the said Lot 
10, 335.7 metres to a point in the southeasterly boundary of the City 
of Guelph being distant 8 1 .382 metres measured southeasterly from 
the westerly angle of Lot 10; 

Thence southwesterly along the boundaries between the City of 
Guelph and the Township of Puslinch to the place of beginning. 
O. Reg. 145/93, Sched. B. 



16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 146/93 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 30th, 1993 

TOWNSHIP OF MINTO, VILLAGE OF 
CLIFFORD BOUNDARY 

1. On the 1st day of April, 1993, the portion of the Township of 
Minto described in the Schedule is annexed to the Village of Clifford. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the Township of Minto 
situate in the annexed area vests in The Corporation of the Village of 
Clifford on the 1st day of April, 1993. 

3. On the 1 st day of April, 1993, the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the Village of Clifford extend to the annexed area and the by-laws of The 
Corporation of the Township of Minto cease to apply to such area, 
except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Minto, 

(i) that were passed under section 34 or 4 1 of the Planning 
Act or predecessors of those sections, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 13 (3) of The 
Municipal Amendment Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway Traffic Act or the 
Municipal Act that regulate the use of highways by 
vehicles and pedestrians and that regulate the encroach- 
ment or projection of buildings or any portion thereof 
upon or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by the council of The 
Corporation of the Village of Clifford; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Minto passed 
under section 45 , 58 or 6 1 of the Drainage Act or a predecessor 
of those sections; and 



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(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, franchises, immunities or 
exemptions that could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of The Corporation of the Township of Minto. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of Minto shall 
promptly prepare and furnish the clerk of The Corporation of the Village 
of Clifford a special collector's roll showing all arrears of taxes or 
special rates assessed against the land in the annexed area up to and- 
including the 3 1st day of March, 1993, and the persons assessed therefor. 

5. — ( 1 ) All real property taxes levied under any general or special Act 
and uncollected in the annexed area which are due and unpaid on the 
31st day of March, 1993 shall be deemed on the Istday of April, 1993 
to be taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the Village of Clifford 
and may be collected by The Corporation of the Village of Clifford. 

(2) On or before the 1st day of July, 1993, The Corporation of the 
Village of Clifford shall pay to The Corporation of the Township of 
Minto an amount equal to the amount of all real property taxes that The 
Corporation of the Township of Minto is entitled to collect in the 
annexed area under subsection ( 1 ), that were due but unpaid on the 3 1 st 
day of March, 1993. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the annexed area 
which are due and unpaid on the 3 1st day of March, 1993 shall continue 
after that date to be taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of Minto and may be collected by The Corporation of the 
Township of Minto. 

7. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed area upon which the 
taxes after the 31st day of March, 1993 shall be levied shall be deter- 
mined by the assessment commissioner in accordance with the classes 
of real property and the factors prescribed for by The Corporation of the 
Village of Clifford by regulations made under the Assessment Act. 

(2) Where the assessment commissioner makes an assessment in 
accordance with subsection (1), section 35 of Ihe Assessment Act applies 
to the assessment. 

8. The Corporation of the Village of Clifford shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of Minto, as compensation for the loss of 
assessment associated with the annexed area, the sum of $3,642.65 on or 
before the Istday of April, 1993. 

9. The agreement between The Corporation of the Village of Clifford 
and The Corporation of the Township of Minto entered into on the 3rd 
day of March, 1992 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 146/93. 

Schedule 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF CLIFFORD 

Those portions of the Township of Minto described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the northeasterly boundary of the 
said Village and the southeasterly limit of Lot 58 in Concession C 
of the Township of Minto; 

Thence northeasteriy along the southeasterly limit of Lot 58 to the 
easterly angle of Lot 58; 

Thence northwesterly along the northeasterly limit of lots 58 and 57 
in the said Concession to the northerly angle of Lot 57; 

Thence south westeriy along the northwesterly limit of Lot 57 to the 
northerly limit of Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Wellington (No. 61) as 
Number 6 lR-5842; 

Thence westeriy along the northerly limit of Part 2 and the westerly 
prolongation thereof to the centre line of the road allowance 
between the townships of Minto and Howick; 

Thence southerly along the centre line of the road allowance 
between the said townships to a northerly angle of the Village of 
Clifford; 



Thence easterly following the northerly boundaries of the said 
Village to the place of beginning. O. Reg. 146/93, Sched. 



16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 147/93 

made under the 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 31st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

1. Subsection 12 (4) of Regulation 737 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 1, 2, 4, 
5 and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. O. Reg. 147/93, s. 1 . 

2. Subsection 45 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 2, 4, 5 
and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. O. Reg. 1 47/93, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 46 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 2, 3, 5 
and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. O. Reg. 147/93, s. 3. 

Shelley Martel 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of March, 1993. 

16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 148/93 

made under the 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 25th, 1993 
Filed: March 31st, 1993 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

1. Regulation 737 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

Upsala 

55.1 — (1) A Local Services Board is established under the name 
"The Local Services Board of Upsala." 

(2) The boundaries of the Board area are those described in the 
Schedule. 

(3) The Board shall be composed of five members. 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 2 and 6 
of the Schedule to the Act. 



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(5) The election of the first members of the Board shall be held in the 
community of Upsala on the ISthday of March, 1993 and the members 
so elected shall hold office from the 15th day of March, 1993 to the 30th 
day of September, 1994 and until a new Board is elected. 

(6) Serge Cossais, Northern Development Officer, is appointed to 
conduct the election of the first members of the Board and for that 
purpose has the general supervision of the election and the power to 
direct the manner of the election and to implement or to carry out any 
other act or thing that may be required for the effective undertaking of 
the election of the first members of the Board. 

Schedule 

The parcel of land in the townships of Inwood, Stedman and Upsala, 
in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, and Province of Ontario, 
described as follows: 

STARTING at the northeast comer of the Township of Upsala; 

THEN southerly along the easterly boundary of the said Township to 
the southeast comer thereof, being also the northeast comer of the 
Township of Inwood; 

THEN continuing southerly along the easterly boundary of the 
Township of Inwood to the intersection with the centreline of the 
pipeline easement as shown on a plan entered in the register for the 
Northem Ontario Pipeline Corporation, in the Land Registry Office at 
Thunder Bay, as Plan FW 13; 

THEN northwesterly along the centreline of the pipeline easement to 
the intersection with the southerly limit of Inwood Provincial Park; 

THEN westerly along the southerly limit of the provincial park, to its 
southwest angle; 

THEN northeriy along the westerly limit of the provincial park to the 
intersection with the southerly limit of the Township of Upsala; 

THEN westerly along the southerly limit of the Township to its 
southwest comer; 

THEN northerly along the westerly boundary of the Township to the 
intersection with the centreline of the pipeline easement as shown on a 
plan entered in the register for the Northem Ontario Pipeline Corpora- 
tion, in the Land Registry Office at Thunder Bay, as Plan FW 19; 

THEN westerly along the centreline of the pipeline to the intersection 
with the centreline of the Lac de Mille Lac Dam Road; 

THEN northerly along the centreline of the road to the intersection 
with the centreline of the King's Highway No. 17; 

THEN north astronomically to the intersection with the centreline of 
the right of way of Canadian Pacific Railways; 

THEN easterly along the centreline of the right of way of Canadian 
Pacific Railways to the intersection with the easterly boundary of the 
Township of Stedman, being also the westerly boundary of the Township 
of Upsala; ^ 

THEN northerly along the westerly boundary to the northwest comer 
of the Township of Upsala; 

THEN easterly along the northeriy boundary of the Township to the 
starting point. O. Reg. 148/93, s. 1. 

Shelley Martel 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 

Dated at Toronto, this 25th day of March, 1993. 

16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 149/93 

made under the 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

Made: March 31st, 1993 
Filed: March 31st, 1993 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The part of the Northwestem Fire Region as described in Schedule 
A hereto is declared to be a restricted fire zone from 0001 hours on the 
1 St day of April to 2400 hours on the 3 1 st day of October, both inclusive, 
in the year 1993. O. Reg. 149/93, s. 1 . 

Schedule A 

All that parcel or tract of land in the Tertitorial District of Kenora, 
Patricia Portion, and Province of Ontario, which may be more particular- 
ly described as follows: 

BEGINNING at the intersection of the centreline of the King's 
Highway No. 105 with the southerly limit of the geographic Township 
of Heyson, being also the southerly limit of the Municipal Township of 
Red Lake; 

THENCE southerly along the said centreline to the intersection with 
the water's edge on the northerly shore of the Bug River said intersection 
being the point of commencement; 

THENCE southeriy and easteriy along the centreline of the said 
King's Highway No. 1 05 to the intersection with the water's edge on the 
westerly shore of the Chukuni River; 

THENCE southerly along the said water's edge to the confluence with 
the water's edge of Pakwash Lake; 

THENCE in a general southerly and westerly direction following the 
said water's edge of Pakwash Lake to the most westerly point of Cabin 
Bay on the said Lake; 

THENCE south astronomically to the intersection with the centreline 
of the Cabin Bay Road; 

THENCE easterly and southerly along the centreline of the Cabin Bay 
Road to the intersection with the centreline of the Longlegged Lake 
Road; 

THENCE westerly along the centreline of the Longlegged Lake Road 
to the intersection with the centreline of the Overnight Road; 

THENCE southwesterly along the centreline of the Overnight-Conifer 
Road System to the intersection with the centreline of the South Pakwash 
Road; 

THENCE southwesterly along the centreline of the South Pakwash 
Road to the intersection with the centreline of the English River Road; 

THENCE southwesterly along the centreline of the English River 
Road to the intersection with the centreline of the Sand Lake Road; 

THENCE southwesterly along the centreline of the Sand Lake Road 
to the intersection with the centreline of Secondary Highway No. 525; 

THENCE northerly and westerly along the centreline of the said 
Secondary Highway to the intersection with the centreline of the 
Whitedog Road; 

THENCE northwesterly along the centreline of the Whitedog Road to 
the intersection with the water's edge on the easterly shore of Umfreville 
Lake; 

THENCE northerly and easterly following the water's edge along the 
said southerly shore of Umfreville Lake to the intersection, on a point of 
land, with the meridian at 94° 48.4' west longitude; 



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THENCE on an astronomic course of north 48° east a distance of 5.6 
kilometres more or less to the most northwesterly point of a peninsula in 
Umfreville Lake; 

THENCE on an astronomic course of north 12° east 2.25 kilometres 
more or less to the most westerly extend of a point of land; 

THENCE in a straight line on an astronomic course of north 20° east 
more or less a distance of 3.0 kilometres more or less to the southeast 
comer of One Man Lake Indian Reserve #29 as shown on a plan of 
survey, dated June 8, 1 88 1 , by A. H. Vaughan, Deputy Land Surveyor; 

THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of the said Indian 
Reserve to the present water's edge on the northerly shore of a peninsula 
between Umfreville Lake and a lake formerly known as Gone Lake; 

THENCE in a general northerly direction along the water's edge on 
the southerly and easterly shores of the former Gone Lake and the 
easterly shore of an unnamed lake and continuing along the easterly 
shore of the Winding River upstream to the confluence with Rex Lake; 

THENCE northeasterly along the water's edge on the southerly shore 
of Rex Lake to the easterly extremity of said lake and continuing 
northwesterly to the confluence with an unnamed tributary of Rex Lake, 
being the first tributary east of the inlet branch of the Winding River; 

THENCE northeasterly along the water's edge of the northwesterly 
shore of the said tributary to a point at the water's edge of a small 
unnamed lake at the most northeasterly extremity of the said unnamed 
tributary and at a geographic position of latitude 50° 30' north longitude 
94° 33' west; 

THENCE north astronomically 10.5 kilometres more or less to the 
water's edge on the southerly shore of an unnamed lake in the tributary 
system from Pinkerton and Wice Lakes to Sydney Lake; 

THENCE along the water's edge on the southerly shore of said lake 
and continuing along the southerly and easterly shores of the said 
tributary river to the confluence with Sydney Lake; 

THENCE northeasterly along the water's edge on the southerly shore 
of Sydney Lake to the northeasterly end of the said lake at an inlet from 
a lake locally known as Sidious Lake at a geographic position of latitude 
50° 43' north longitude 94° 18.5' west; 

THENCE northeasterly along the water's edge of the southeasterly 
shore of the said Sidious Lake to the northeasterly tributary thereof and 
continuing along the said water's edge of this creek and along the 
water's edge of two more unnamed lakes and their connecting creeks to 
the most easterly point on the water's edge of the most easterly unnamed 
lake at a position of latitude 50° 46.3' north longitude 94° 13.3' west; 

THENCE west astronomically to the water's edge on the south- 
westerly shore of Longlegged Lake; 

THENCE southeasterly and northeasterly along the water's edge of 
the southerly shore of Longlegged Lake to the confluence with the 
unnamed inlet tributary from Rainfall Lake at a geographic position of 
latitude 50° 47.3' north longitude 94° 08.2' west; 

THENCE in a general northeasterly direction along the water's edge 
of the westerly and northerly shores of the said unnamed inlet tributary 
and the northerly shores of four unnamed lakes and their connecting 
streams to the water's edge on the northerly shore of Rainfall Lake; 

THENCE northeasterly along the water's edge on the northerly shore 
of Rainfall Lake to the northerly inlet creek at the most northeasterly end 
of the Lake; 

THENCE continuing northeasterly along the water's edge of the 
northerly shore of the said inlet creek to and along the water's edge of an 
unnamed lake to the most easterly inlet creek thereof; 

THENCE continuing northeasterly along the water's edge on the 
northerly shores of that creek to an unnamed lake at the southwesterly 
end of Bug Lake; 



THENCE along the water's edge on the westerly and northerly shores 
of said unnamed lake to a point on the water's edge at a geographic 
position of latitude 50° 52' north longitude 93° 58.9' west more or less; 

THENCE east astronomically along the water's edge on the northerly 
shore of Bug Lake to the inlet tributary, from an unnamed lake, at the 
northeast end thereof; 

THENCE continuing along the water's edge of the connecting 
tributary and along the water's edge on the north shore of the said 
unnamed lake to the confluence with the Bug River; 

THENCE continuing northeasterly along the water's edge on the 
northerly shoreofthesaidrivertothepointof commencement. O. Reg. 
149/93, Sched. A. 

J. F. Goodman 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 31st day of March, 1993. 

16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 150/93 

made under the 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING 

AND DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: March 27th, 1993 
Filed: April 2nd, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 486/73 

(County of Wentworth 

(now The Regional Municipality of 

Hamilton- Wentworth), Town of Dundas) 

1. Ontario Regulation 486/73 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

39. — ( 1 ) Despite section 7, no building or structure is permitted on the 
land described in subsection (3) except one garage which shall not be 
used for human habitation and whicli shall conform to the following 
requirements: 



Minimum front yard setback 
(from Best Avenue) 

Minimum rear yard setback 
(from Old Guelph Road) 

Minimum side yard setbacks 

Maximum height 

Maximum floor area 



18.2 metres 

49.6 metres 

1.5 metres 

4.6 metres 

152 square metres 



(2) Despite sections 1 and 4, the garage permitted by subsection (1) 
shall be accessory to the principal residence on the land in the Town of 
Dundas in The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Wentworth formerly 
in the Town of West Flamborough in the County of Wentworth being 
Lot 122 on Registered Plan 604 registered in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Hamilton-Wentworth (No. 62). 

(3) Subsection (1) applies to land in the Town of Dundas in The 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth, formerly in the Town 
of West Flamborough in the County of Wentworth, being all of lots 36 
and 54 on Registered Plan 604 registered in the Land Registry Office for 



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the Registry Division of Hamilton- Wentworth (No. 62). O. Reg. 
150/93,5.1. 

Diana Linn Jardine 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of March, 1993. 

16/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 151/93 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 26th, 1993 
Filed: April 2nd, 1993 

Amending O. Reg. 409/82 

(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 

Geographic townships of Cobden, 

Striker, Scarfe and Mack) 

1. Ontario Regulation 409/82 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

29.1 — (1) Despite section 8, the land described in subsections (4) and 
(5) may have frontage onto a street which is privately maintained. 



(2) Despite paragraph 2 of subsection 19 (1), the minimum distance 
between any building or structure and the high-water mark of the lake, 
river or body of water shall be 14 metres for the land described in 
subsection (4) and 16 metres for the land described in subsection (5). 

(3) Despite paragraph 5 of subsection 29 (1), the minimum side yards 
setback shall be 2.98 metres for the land described in subsection (4). 

(4) Subsections (1), (2) and (3) apply to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Scarfe in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
being part of Location CL-4 157,beingpartofBlockA, part of Lot 2 and 
all of Lot 1 on Registered Plan M-248, more particularly described as 
parts 1 and 2 on Plan lR-8340 as deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1). 

(5) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Scarfe in the Territorial District of Algoma, 
being part of Location CL-4 157, being part of Block A, part of Lot 2 and 
all of Lot 1 on Registered Plan M-248, more particularly described as 
parts 5, 6 and 7 on Plan lR-8340 as deposited in the Land Registry 
OfficefortheLandTitlesDivisionof Algoma(No. 1). O. Reg. 151/93, 
s. 1. 

Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of March, 1993. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1993—04—24 



ONTARIO REGULATION 152/93 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: March 23rd, 1993 

Approved: April 7th, 1993 

Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 772 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Graduate Scholarship Awards) 

1. The dennition of "due date" in section 1 of Regulation 772 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by strilcing out 
"31sf day of October" in tiie first line and substituting "16th day of 
November". 

2. — (1) Subclause S (1) (a) (i) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(i) a student loan or any other loan made or guaranteed by 
the Province of Ontario, a student loan guaranteed by 
any other province or territory of Canada or a loan made 
under the Canada Student Loans Act (Canada), or 

(2) Clause 5 (1) (c) of the Regulation, as remade by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 439/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) is not in receipt of other awards in the program year that exceed 
$5,000 in total. 



Dave Cooke 
Minister of Education and Training 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of March, 1993. 

17/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 153/93 

made under the 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Made: March 1 1th, 1993 

Approved: April 7th, 1993 

Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 548 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Medicine) 

1. Clause 48 (2) (a) of Regulation 548 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 212/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



(a) a licence of any class other than an Educational licence or Short 
Duration licence is $575; and 



Council of the College of Physicians 
AND Surgeons of Ontario: 

Rachael Edney 
President 



Michael Dixon 
Registrar 



Dated at Toronto, this 1 1th day of March, 1993. 
17/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 154/93 

made under the 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

Made: February 1 1th, 1993 

Approved: April 7th, 1993 

Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 549 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Nursing) 

1. Section 26 of Regulation 549 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 211/92, 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

26. The fee for writing an examination set by the Canadian Nurses' 
Association Testing Service for registration as a nurse is, for an 
examination written, 

(a) before the 1st day of January, 1994, $158.87; 

(b) on or after the 1st day of January, 1994, $163.55. O. Reg. 
154/93, s. 1. 

2. Section 27 of the Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 21 1/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

27. The fee for writing an examination set by the Canadian Nurses' 
Association Testing Service for registration as a nursing assistant is, for 
an examination written, 

(a) before the 1 st day of June, 1 993, $ 1 39.25; 

(b) on or after the 1st day of June, 1993 but before the 1st day of 
January, 1994, $158.87; and 



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(c) on or after the 1st day of January, 1994, $163.55. O. Reg. 
154/93, s. 2. 

Council of the College of Nurses of Ontario: 

Pat Mandy 
President 

Margaret Risk 
Executive Director 

Dated at Toronto, this 1 1th day of February, 1993. 

17/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 155/93 

made under the 

PSYCHOLOGISTS REGISTRATION ACT 

Made: March 16th, 1993 

Approved: April 7th, 1993 

Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 955 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. Subsections 5 (2) and (3) of Regulation 955 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 106/91, are revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) The fee payable for a renewal of a certificate of registration before 
the certificate expires is $500. 

(3) Despite subsection (2), the fee payable for a renewal of certificate 
of registration by the holder of a certificate of registration who resides 
outside Ontario and who does not render services in psychology in 
Ontario is $ 1 50. O. Reg. 1 55/93, s. 1 . 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 106/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

6. — (1) The fee payable for a renewal of a certificate of registration 
that has expired, if tiie former holder applies for renewal within two 
years after the expiration, is $550. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the fee payable for a renewal of a 
certificate of registration that has expired, if the former holder resides 
outside Ontario, does not render services in psychology in Ontario and 
applies for renewal within two years after expiration, is $200. O. Reg. 
155/93, s. 2. 

3. Subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation, as remade by section 4 of 
Ontario Regulation 106/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) The fee for an examination for registration is $400 if the examina- 
tion is written or $300 if the examination is oral. O. Reg. 155/93, s^3. 

Ontario Board of Examiners in Psychology: 

M. Mamen 
Chair 

Patrick Wesley 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 16th day of March, 1993. 

17/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 156/93 

made under the 
HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

Made: April 7th, 1993 
Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 632 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Historical Paries — Fees) 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 632 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990, as remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 250/92, is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

2. — (1) The admission fees for the St.-Marie Among the Hurons 
Historical Park and for the Penetanguishene Military and Naval 
Establishment Historical Park are set out in Schedule 1. 

(2) The fees for the education programs offered at St.-Marie Among 
the Hurons Historical Park and at the Penetanguishene Military and 
Naval Establishment Historical Park are set out in Schedule 2. 

(3) The fees set out in Schedule 2 include the admission into the park 
for purposes of attending the program. 

(4) The fee for the use of a park facility for a group function, 
including admission into the park for the purpose of attending the 
function, is $2.10 for each person. 

(5) The fee for a season pass contained in Schedule 1 authorizes 
admission into both parks. O. Reg. 156/93, s. 1. 

2. Section 3 of the Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 250/92, is revoked and the following substituted: 

3.— (1) The admission fees for Fort William Historical Park are set 
out in Schedules 3 and 4. 

(2) In Schedule 4, 

"family group" means a group of one or two adults and up to four 
people who are either less than sixteen years old or are students; 

"large group" means a group of twenty or more people; 

"small group' ' means a group of at least four persons and under twenty 
persons. 

(3) The fees for special events at Fort William Historical Park are set 
out in Schedule 5. 

(4) The fees for educational programs offered at Fort William 
Historical Park are set out in Schedule 6. 

(5) The fees for the rental of halls or rooms at Fort William Historical 
Park are set out in Schedules 7 and 8. 

(6) The fees in Schedules 5, 6, 7 and 8 include admission into the park 
for the purpose of attending the event, program or festival, as the case 
may be. 

(7) The fee for a sleigh ride for up to thirty people is $82 for an hour 
and includes admission into the park for the purpose of attending the 
sleigh ride. 

(8) The fee for a camp-site is $2.10 for each day and includes the 
admission into the park. 

(9) Children under six are not admitted to festivals unless escorted by 
an adult. O. Reg. 156/93, s. 2. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedules: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Schedule 1 

ADMISSION FEES FOR THE ST.-MARIE AMONG THE HURONS 

HISTORICAL PARK AND FOR THE PENETANGUISHENE MILITARY 

AND NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT HISTORICAL PARK 



967 



Admission 


Person 
under 6 
years old 


Student 


Member of 
student 
group 


Person at 

least 18 

and under 

65 years 

old 


Member of 
group of 
persons 
at least 
18 and 
under 65 
years old 


Senior 


Member of 
senior 
group 


1. Daily 
admission 
during 
summer 
season 


nil 


$ 3.27 


$ 2.57 


$ 5.37 


$ 4.44 


$ 3.04 


$ 2.57 


2. Evening 
admission 
during 
summer 
season 


nil 


1.87 


1.87 


2.80 


2.80 


1.87 


1.87 


3. Daily 
admission 
during 
off-season 


nil 


2.80 


2.34 


4.44 


3.97 


2.57 


1.64 


4. Season Pass 


nil 


13.08 


NA 


22.43 


NA 


15.89 


NA 



Schedule 2 

FEES FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS OFFERED AT 

ST.-MARIE AMONG THE HURONS HISTORICAL PARK AND 

AT THE PENETANGUISHENE MILITARY AND 

NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT HISTORICAL PARK 



Program 


Fee 


Basic Tour 


$ 4.21 per person 


Half Day Learning Program 


6.07 per person 


Full Day Learning Program 


15.42 per person 


2-Day Program 


28.04 per person 


En Canoe Program 


7.94 per person 


Outreach Program 


74.77 for all persons 

attending a session 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, po/7. 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, part. 



Schedule 3 

INDIVIDUAL ADMISSION FEES FOR 
FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 



Admission 


Person 
under 6 
years old 


Student 


Person at 

least 18 

and under 

65 years 

old 


Senior 


1. Daily rate 
during 
summer 
season 


nil 


$ 3.50 


$ 6.78 


$ 3.50 


2. Daily rate 
during 
shoulder 
season 


nil 


2.10 


3.04 


2.10 


3. Season Pass 


NA 


16.82 


26.17 


13.08 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, part. 



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Schedule 4 
GROUP ADMISSION FEES FOR FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 



O. Reg. 156/93 



Admission 


Student 
Group 


Small group 

of persons 

at least 18 

and under 

65 years 

old 


Large group 

of persons 

at least 18 

and under 

65 years 

old 


Small Senior 
Group 


Large Senior 
Group 


Family 
Group 


1. Daily rate 
during 
summer 
season 


$1.87 
per person 


$5.84 
per person 


$4.67 
per person 


$2.34 
per person 


$1.87 
per person 


$18.69 
per group 


2. Daily rate 
during 
shoulder 
season 


1.17 
per person 


2.10 
per person 


NA 


1.17 
per person 


NA 


NA 


3. Season Pass 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


52.34 
per group 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, parf. 



Schedule 5 
FEES FOR SPECIAL EVENTS AT FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 



Admission 


Person 
under 6 
years old 


Student 


Member of 
student 
group 


Person at 
least 18 
years old 
and under 
65 years 
old 


Member of 
group of 

persons at 
least 18 
years old 

and under 

65 years 

old 


Senior 


Member of 
senior 
group 


1. Rendez- vous 


nil 


$1.87 


$1.87 


$4.67 


$4.67 


$1.87 


$1.87 


2. Year Round 
Key Tour 


nil 


1.87 


NA 


2.80 


NA 


1.87 


NA 


3. Evening 
Tour 


nil 


3.27 


NA 


5.37 


NA 


3.27 


NA 


4. Walkabout 
Tour 


nil 


.93 


NA 


2.10 


NA 


.93 


NA 


5. Hay Ride or 
Wagon Ride 


nil 


.93 


NA 


.93 


NA 


.93 


NA 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, port. 



Schedule 6 

FEES FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS 
OFFERED AT FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 



Program 


Fee for each person 


Camp-out 


$ 2.00 


Campfire 


3.50 


Play Day 


3.75 


Full Day 


8.50 


Overnight 


25.00 


5-Day Camp 


85.00 



Program 


Fee for each person 


4-Day Camp 


68.00 


Standard 


2.50 


Custom 


3.00 per unit 


Custom with level A crafts 


3.50 per unit 


Custom widt level B crafts 


4.00 per unit 


Custom with level C crafts 


4.50 per unit 


Custom with level D crafts 


5.00 per unit 


Drama Camp 


200.00 


Chamber Concert 


1.00 



O.Reg. 156/93,5.3, port. 



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Schedule 7 Schedule 8 



FEE FOR RENTAL OF HALLS OR ROOMS 

AT FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 

FROM THE SATURDAY OF THE VICTORIA DAY WEEKEND 

UNTIL THANKSGIVING MONDAY 



FEE FOR RENTAL OF HALLS OR ROOMS 

AT FORT WILLIAM HISTORICAL PARK 

FROM THE FIRST TUESDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING 

UNTIL THE FRIDAY BEFORE THE VICTORIA DAY WEEKEND 





Sunday through Thursday 


Friday and Saturday 






Sunday through Thursday 


Friday and Saturday 


Hall or 
Room 


7:00 a.m. 

to 
5:00 p.m. 


6:00 p.m. 

to 
1:00 a.m. 


24 Hours 


7:00 a.m. 

to 
5:00 p.m. 


6:00 p.m. 

to 
1:00 a.m. 


24 Hours 


Hall or 
Room 


7:00 a.m. 

to 
5:00 p.m. 


6:00 p.m. 

to 
1:00 a.m. 


24 Hours 


7:00 a.m. 

to 
5:00 p.m. 


6:00 p.m. 
to 

1:00 a.m. 


24 Hours 


Cantine 


NA 


$125 


NA 


NA 


$225 


NA 


Cantine 


$125 


$125 


$225 


$125 


$225 


$315 


Canoe 
du Nord 


$125 


125 


$225 


$125 


225 


$315 


Canoe 
du Nord 


125 


125 


225 


125 


225 


315 


Pointe 
de 

Meuron 


250 


250 


450 


250 


550 


700 


Pointe 

de 

Meuron 


250 


250 


450 


250 


550 


700 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, part. 



O.Reg. 156/93, s. 3, part. 



17/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 157/93 

made under the 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES ACT 

Made: April 7th, 1993 
Filed: April 8th, 1993 

ADDITIONAL CHARGES 

1. — (1) In this section, the Crown's direct operating costs for a 
sewage works or water works are the total cost to the Crown of the 
operation, supervision, maintenance, repair, administration and insurance 
of the works, including the cost to the Crown of paying taxes in respect 
of the works. 



(2) A person that has entered or that enters an agreement under the 
Act with the Crown for the provision or operation of a sewage works or 
a water works by the Crown or for the provision by the Crown of sewage 
service from a works or water service from a works shall pay to the 
Treasurer an additional annual charge in respect of the provision or 
operation in the amount of 5.7 per cent of the Crown's direct operating 
costs in each year for the works. 



(3) The terms set out in an agreement referred to in subsection (2) 
relating to billing and to timing of payment of amounts due under the 
agreement apply with necessary modifications to the payment of 
additional annual charges arising in connection with the agreement. 
O.Reg. 157/93, S.I. 

2. — (1) Where more than one person is liable to pay an annual 
additional charge under subsection 1 (2) in respect of the same works, 
the charge shall be allocated among the persons in proportion to their use 
of service from the works. 

(2) Despite subsection (I), where more than one person is liable to 
pay an annual additional charge under subsection 1 (2) in respect of the 
same works and each of the persons has entered into an agreement with 
the Crown specifying the share of the operating costs of the works to be 
paid by the person to the Crown, the additional charges shall be allocated 
among the persons in the same proportions as the operating costs. 
O.Reg. 157/93,5.2. 

17/93 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 157/93 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES RESSOURCES EN EAU DE L'ONTARIO 

pris le 7 avril 1993 
déposé le 8 avril 1993 

CHARGES ADDITIONNELLES 

1 (1) Dans le présent article, les frais d'exploitation directs de la 
Couronne au titre d'une station d'épuration des eaux d'égout ou d'une 
station de purification de l'eau désignent le coût total qu'assume la 
Couronne pour l'exploitation, la surveillance, l'entretien, la réparation, 
l'administration et l'assurance de la station, y compris le coût, pour la 
Couronne, du paiement des impôts relatifs à la station. 

(2) La personne qui conclut un accord avec la Couronne en vertu de 
la Loi en vue de l'établissement ou de l'exploitation, par la Couronne, 
d'une station de purification de l'eau ou d'une station d'épuration des 
eaux d'égout, ou en vue de la prestation, par la Couronne, de services 
d'eau ou d'égout à partir d'une station, est tenue de verser au trésorier, 
à l'égard de cet établissement, de cette exploitation ou de cette presta- 
tion, des charges additionnelles annuelles égales à 5,7 pour cent des frais 
directs d'exploitation annuels de la Couronne au titre de la station. 

(3) Les dispositions de l'accord visé au paragraphe (2) touchant à la 
facturation et à l'échéancier du paiement des montants dus en vertu de 
l'accord s'appliquent, avec les adaptations nécessaires, au paiement des 
charges additionnelles annuelles découlant de l'accord. Règl. de l'Ont. 
157/93, art. 1. 

2 (I) Si plus d'une personne est redevable des charges addition- 
nelles annuelles aux termes du paragraphe 1 (2) à l'égard de la même 
station, les charges sont réparties entre les personnes en proportion de 
leur utilisation du service fourni par la station. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe ( I ), si plus d 'une personne est redevable des 
charges additionnelles annuelles aux termes du paragraphe 1 (2) à 
l'égard de la même station et que chacune de ces personnes a conclu 
avec la Couronne un accord précisant la part des frais d'exploitation de 
la station dont chaque personne est redevable à la Couronne, les charges 
additionnelles sont réparties entre les personnes dans la même proportion 
que les frais d'exploitation. Règl. de l'Ont. 157/93, art. 2. 



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O. Reg. 158/93 



ONTARIO REGULATION 158/93 

made under the 

BUILDING CODE ACT 

Made: April 7th, 1993 
Filed: April 8th, 1993 

Amending Reg. 61 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

1. — (I) Article 1.1.3.2. of Regulation 61 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, as amended by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
400/91, is further amended by adding the following definitions: 

Canopy means a roof-like structure projecting more than 300 mm from 
the exterior face of the building. 

Electric space heating means any portion of space heating equipment or 
systems of the following types: 

(a) electric resistance unitary baseboard heating, 

(b) electric resistance unitary cabinet heating, 

(c) electric resistance ceiling cable or floor cable heating, 

(d) electric resistance central furnace heating, 

(e) electric hot water space heating, or 

(f) electric air source heat pumps in combination with electric 
resistance backup heating. 

Graded lumber means lumber which has been graded and stamped to 
indicate its grade as determined by the NLGA "Standard Grading 
Rules for Canadian Lumber". 

Hazardous classroom means a classroom supplied with flammable gas, 
containing hazardous substances such as chemicals or explosive dusts, 
containing large quantities of combustible materials or where cooking 
equipment is used. 

Hazardous room means a room containing sufficient quantities of a 
substance which because of its chemical nature may create an 
atmosphere or condition of imminent hazard to health. 

Low human occupancy (as applying to farm buildings) means an 
occupancy having an occupant load of not more than one person per 
40 m^ of floor area during normal use. 

Marquee means a canopy over an entrance to a building. 

Ungraded lumber means lumber which has not been grade stamped to 
indicate its grade as determined by the NLGA "Standard Grading 
Rules for Canadian Lumber" but which meets the following visual 
attributes: 

(a) rough sawn to full nominal size, 

(b) has no evidence of decay, 

(c) has no knots which exceed 25 percent of the cross section and 
spaced closer than 600 mm on centres, 

(d) has the slope of grain not exceeding 1 (vertical) in 4 (hori- 
zontal), and 

(e) is free of excess warp. 



(2) The definitions of "Hotel" and "X-ray machine" in Article 
1.1.3.2. of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

Hotel means floor areas, a floor area or part of il floor area containing 
4 or more suites which provide sleeping accommodation for the 
travelling public or for recreational purposes. 

X-ray machine means an electrically-powered device producing x-rays 
for the irradiation of a human being or an animal for a therapeutic or 
diagnostic purpose or for industrial use. 

(3) The definition of "X-ray room" in Article 1.1.3.2. of the 
Regulation is revoked. 

2. Sentence 2.1.1.6.(3) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(3) Reserved. 

3. Subsection 2.1.1. of the Regulation, as amended by sections 2 
and 3 of Ontario Regulation 400/91, is further amended by adding 
the following articles: 

2.1.1.9. Durability of Parking Structures. Parking structures shall 
be designed in conformance with CAN/CSA-S413, "Parking Struc- 
tures". 

2.1.1.10. Language Used on Required Signs. All required signs in 
this Code shall be displayed in the English language or in the English 
and French languages, including operational material on all life safety 
equipment and devices. 

2.1.1.11. Energy Efficiency. Except for buildings of residential 
occupancy within the scope of Part 9, farm buildings and areas of 
buildings intended primarily for manufacturing or commercial or 
industrial processing, the energy efficiency of all buildings shall be 
designed to good engineering practice such as described in 
ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1989, "Energy Efficient Design of New Buildings 
Except Lowrise Residential Buildings" and the "Guidelines for the 
Interpretation of ASHRAE/IES 90.1-1989" issued by the Ontario 
Buildings Branch of the Ministry of Housing. 

4. Sentence 2.4.3.1.(2) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following clause: 

(j.l) required lighting, heating and electrical supply are 
provided for the suites, rooms and common areas to be 
occupied. 



5. Article 2.4.5.1 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"and" at the end of clause (i) and by adding the following clause: 

(i.l) of the completion of construction and installation of 
components required to permit occupancy by Sentences 
2.4.3.1.(2) and 2.4.3.2.(1), and 

6. Article 2.6.3. 1. of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

2.6.3.1. Unless otherwise specified herein, the documents referenced 
in this Code shall include all amendments, revisions and supplements 
effective to January 1, 1993. 

7. I'able 2.6.3.A. of the Regulation, as remade by section 5 of 
Ontario Regulation 400/91, is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Table 2.6.3.A. 

Forming Part of Article 2.6.3.2. 



DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


ASTM 


A123-89A 


Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products 


Table 9.20. 16. A. 


ASTM 


A153-82(1987) 


Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware 


Table 9.20. 16.A. 


ASTM 


A252-90 


Welded and Seamless Steel Pipe Piles 


4.2.3.8. 


ASTM 


A283/A283M-91 


Low and Intermediate Tensile Strength Carbon Steel Plates, Shapes, and Bars 


4.2.3.8. 


ASTM 


A525-91B 


Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) by the Hot-Dip Process 


9.3.3.2. 


ASTM 


A570/A570M-91 


Hot-Rolled Carbon Steel Sheet and Strip, Structural Quality 


4.2.3.8. 


ASTM 


A611-91 


Steel, Cold-Rolled Sheet, Carbon Structural 


4.2.3.8. 


ASTM 


C4-62(1991) 


Clay Drain Tile 


9.14.3.1. 


ASTM 


C5-79(1988) 


Quicklime for Structural Purposes 


9.20.3.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C27-84(1988) 


Classification for Fire Clay and High Alumina Refractory Brick 


9.21.3.4. 


ASTM 


CI 26-86 


Ceramic Glazed Structural Clay Facing Tile, Facing Brick, and Solid Masonry Units 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C207-91 


Hydrated Lime for Masonry Purposes 


9.20.3.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C2 12-60 (1986) 


Structural Clay Facing Tile 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C3 15-91 


Clay Flue Linings 


9.21.3.3. 


ASTM 


C41 1-82 (1987) 


Hot-Surface Performance of High-Temperature Thermal Insulation 


6.2.3.6.(3) 
6.2.9.2.(2) 


ASTM 


C412M-90 


Concrete Drain Tile 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C444M-91 


Perforated Concrete Pipe (Metric) 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


ASTM 


C700-91 


Vitrified Clay Pipe, Extra Strength, Standard Strength and Perforated 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


ASTM 


Cl(X)2-88 


Steel Drill Screws for the Application of Gypsum Board or Metal Plaster Bases 


9.24.1.4. 
9.29.5.7. 


ASTM 


D374-79 


Thickness of Solid Electrical Insulation 


3.8.4.1.(1) 


ASTM 


D568-77 


Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Flexible Plastics 
in a Vertical Position 


3.8.4.1.(1) 


ASTM 


D635-81 


Rate of Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Self-Supporting Plastics 
in a Horizontal Position 


3.8.4.1.(1) 


ASTM 


D2898-81 (1986) 


Test Method for Accelerated Weathering of Fire-Retardant-Treated Wood for Fire 
Testing 


3.1.5.5.(7) 
3.1.5.5.(8) 


ASTM 


E90-90 


Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions 


9.11.1.1. 


ASTM 


E283-84 


Standard Test Method for Rate of Air Leakage through Windows, Curtain Walls and 
Doors 


9.6.4.4. 
9.38.6.1. 


ASTM 


E336-90 


Measurement of Airborne Sound Insulation in Buildings 


9.11.1.1. 


ASTM 


E4 13-87 


Classification for Rating Sound Insulation 


9.11.1.1. 


ASTM 


F476-84(1991) 


Standard Test Methods For Security of Swinging Door Assemblies 


9.6.6.10. 


CGA 


CAN/CGA- 
6.19-M93 


Residential Carbon Monoxide Detectors 


9.32.3.8.(3) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
7.1-M86 


Cold Formed Steel Framing Components 


9.24.1.2. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

7.2-M88 


Adjustable Metal Columns 


9.17.3.4. 


CGSB 


10-GP-3Ma- 
1981 


Refractory Mortar, Air Setting 


9.21.3.4. 

9.21.3.9.(1) 

9.22.2.2.(1) 


Col. 1 


2 


3 


4 



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Table 2.6.3.A. (Cont'd) 

Forming Part of Article 2.6.3.2. 



DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
1I.3-M87 


Hardboard 


9.27.10.1.(2) 

9.29.7.1. 

9.30.2.2.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
1I.5-M87 


Hardboard, Precoated, Factory Finished, for Exterior Cladding 


9.27.10.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
12.1-M90 


Tempered or Laminated Safety Glass 


3.3.1.18.(2) 
3.4.6.14.(3) 
9.6.5.2.(2) 
9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

12.2-M91 


Flat, Clear, Sheet Glass 


9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
12.3-M91 


Flat, Clear, Float Glass 


9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

12.4-M91 


Heat Absorbing Glass 


9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

12.5-M86 


Mirrors, Silvered 


9.6.5.3.(2) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
12.8-M90 


Insulating Glass Units 


9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN2-12.10-M76 


Glass, Light and Heat Reflecting 


9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
12.1I-M90 


Wired Safety Glass 


3.3.1.18.(2) 
3.4.6.14.(3) 
9.6.5.2.(2) 
9.7.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
12.20-M89 


Structural Design of Glass for Buildings 


4.3.6.1. 
9.7.3.2. 


CGSB 


19-GP-5M-1976 


Sealing Compound, One Component, Acrylic Base, Solvent Curing 


9.27.4.2.(2) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
19.13-M87 


Sealing Compound, One Component, Elastomeric, Chemical Curing 


9.27.4.2.(2) 


CGSB 


19-GP-14M-1976 


Sealing Compound, One Component, Butyl-Polyisobutylene Polymer Base, 
Solvent Curing 


9.27.4.2.(2) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
19.22-M89 


Mildew Resistant Sealing Compound for Tubs and Tile 


9.29.10.5. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
19.24-M90 


Multi-Component, Chemical Curing Sealing Compound 


9.27.4.2.(2) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

34.14-M89 


Sheets, Asbestos-Cement, Decorative 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
34.16-M89 


Sheets, Asbestos-Cement, Flat, Fully Compressed 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
34.17-M89 


Sheets, Asbestos-Cement, Flat, Semicompressed 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
34.21-M89 


Panels, Sandwich, Asbestos-Cement with Insulating Cores 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

34.22-M87 


Pipe, Asbestos-Cement, Drain 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
34.4-M89 


Siding, Asbestos-Cement, Shingles and Clapboards 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


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Issuing 


Document 




Code 


Agency 


Number 


Title of Document 


Reference 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

34.5-M89 


Sheets, Asbestos-Cement, Corrugated 


9.27.8.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

37.2-M88 


Emulsified Asphalt, Mineral Colloid Type, Unfilled, for Dampproofing and 
Waterproofing and for Roof Coatings 


9.13.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
37.3-M89 


Application of Emulsified Asphalts for Dampproofing or Waterproofing 


9.13.1.3.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

37.4-M89 


Fibrated, Cutback Asphalt, Lap Cement for Asphalt Roofing 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

37.5-M89 


Cutback Asphalt Plastic Cement 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-6Ma-1983 


Asphalt, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing 


9.13.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

37.8-M88 


Asphalt, Cutback, Filled, for Roof Coating 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-9Ma-1983 


Primer, Asphalt, Unfilled, for Asphalt Roofing, Dampproofing and Waterproofing 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-12Ma-1984 


Application of Unfilled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing 


9.13.1.3.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

37.16-M89 


Filled Cutback Asphalt for Dampproofing and Waterproofing 


9.13.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-18Ma-1985 


Tar, Cutback, Unfilled, for Dampproofing 


9.13.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-21M-1976 


Tar, Cutback, Fibrated, For Roof Coating 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
37.22-M89 


Application of Unfilled Cutback Tar Foundation Coating for Dampproofing 


9.13.1.3.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
37.50-M89 


Hot Applied, Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
37.51-M90 


Application for Hot Applied Rubberized Asphalt for Roofing and Waterproofing 


9.26.15.1. 


CGSB 


37-GP-52M-1984 


Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane, Sheet Applied, Elastomeric 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-54M-1979 


Roofing and Waterproofing Membrane, Sheet Applied, Flexible, Polyvinyl Chloride 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


37-GP-55M-1979 


Application of Sheet Applied Flexible Polyvinyl Chloride Roofing Membrane 


9.26.16.1 


CGSB 


37-GP-56M-1980 


Membrane, Modified, Bituminous, Prefabricated, and Reinforced for Roofing 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


41-GP-6M-1976 


Sheets, Thermosetting Polyester Plastics, Glass Fiber Reinforced 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


41-GP-24Ma-1983 


Siding, Soffits and Fascia, Rigid Vinyl 


9.27.13.1. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
51.20-M87 


Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene Boards and Pipe Covering 


Table 9.23. 16. A. 

9.25.3.1.(1) 

9.25.3.3. 


CGSB 


51-GP-21M-1978 


Thermal Insulation, Urethane and Isocyanurate, Unfaced 


Table 9.23.16.A. 
9.25.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

51.25-M87 


Thermal Insulation, Phenolic, Faced 


Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.25.3.1,(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
51.26-M86 


Thermal Insulation, Urethane and Isocyanurate, Boards, Faced 


Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.25.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


51-GP-27M-1979 


Thermal Insulation, Polystyrene Loose Fill 


9.25.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN2-5I.32-M77 


Sheathing, Membrane, Breather Type 


9.20.13.10.(1) 

9.23.17.1. 

9.26.2.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
51.33-M89 


Vapour Barrier, Sheet, Excluding Polyethylene, for Use in Building Construction 


9.25.3.5.(1) 


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DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
51.34-M86 


Vapour Barrier, Polyethylene Sheet for Use in Building Construction 


9.13.2.1.(1) 
9.25.3.4.(1) 
9.25.3.5.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 

51.60-M90 


Cellulose Fibre Loose Fill Thermal Insulation 


9.25.3.1.(1) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
63.14-M89 


Plastic Skylights 


9.7.7.1. 
9.7.7.2. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
82.1-M89 


Sliding Doors 


9.6.4.2. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
82.5-M88 


Insulated Steel Doors 


9.6.4.3. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
82.6-M86 


Doors, Mirrored Glass, Sliding or Folding, Wardrobe 


9.6.5.3. 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
93.1-M85 


Sheet, Aluminum Alloy, Prefinished Residential 


9.27.12.1.(4) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
93.2-M91 


Prefinished, Aluminum, Siding, Soffits and Fascia for Residential Use 


9.27.12.1.(3) 


CGSB 


CAN/CGSB- 
93.3-M91 


Prefinished Galvanized and Aluminum-Zinc Alloy Steel Sheet for Residential Use 


9.27.12.1.(2) 


CGSB 


93-GP-4M-1978 


Siding, Soffits and Fascia, Steel, Galvanized, Prefinished, Residential 


9.27.12.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A5-M88 


Portland Cement 


9.3.1.2. 

9.20.3.1.(1) 

9.28.2.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A8-M88 


Masonry Cement 


9.20.3.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A23.1-M90 


Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction 


4.2.3.6. 
4.2.3.9. 
9.3.1.3.(1) 
9.3.1.4. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A23.2-M90 


Methods of Test for Concrete 


9.3.1.8.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A23.3-M84 


Design of Concrete Structures for Buildings 


Table4.1.9.B. 
4.3.3.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A82.1-M87 


Burned Clay Brick (Solid Masonry Units Made From Clay or Shale) 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A82.3-M1978 


Calcium Silicate (Sand-Lime) Building Brick 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A82.4-M1978 


Structural Clay Load-Bearing Wall Tile 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A82.5-M1978 


Structural Clay Non-Load-Bearing Tile 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A82.22-M1977 


Gypsum Plasters 


9.20.3.1.(1) 


CSA 


A82.27-M1977 


Gypsum Board Products 


3.1.5.11.(4) 
Table9.10.3.A. 
Table9.10.3.B. 
Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.29.5.2. 


CSA 


A82.30-M1980 


Interior Furring, Lathing and Gypsum Plastering 


9.29.4.1. 


CSA 


A82.31-M1980 


Gypsum Board Application 


9.29.5.1.(2) 


CSA 


A82.56-M1976 


Aggregate for Masonry Mortar 


9.20.3.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3-A93-M82 


Natural Airflow Ventilators for Buildings 


9.19.1.1.(4) 


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DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 


Document 




Code 


Agency 


Number 


Title of Document 


Reference 


CSA 


A101-M1983 


Thermal Insulation, Mineral Fibre, for Buildings 


9.25.3.1.(1) 
Table 9.25. 16.A. 


CSA 


A123.1-M1979 


Asphalt Shingles Surfaced with Mineral Granules 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A123. 17-1963 


Asphalt-Saturated Felted Glass-Fibre Mat for Use in Construction of Built-Up Roofs 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


AI23.2-M1979 


Asphalt Coated Roofing Sheets 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A123.3-M1979 


Asphalt or Tar Saturated Roofing Felt 


9.26.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


A123.4-M1979 


Bitumen for Use in Construction of Built-Up Roof Coverings and 
Dampproofing and Waterproofing Systems 


9.13.2.1.(1) 
9.26.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A123.51-M85 


Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1:3 and Steeper 


9.26.1.2. 


CSA 


CAN3- 

A123.52-M85 


Asphalt Shingle Application on Roof Slopes 1 :6 to Less than 1 :3 


9.26.1.2. 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A165.1-M85 


Concrete Masonry Units 


9.15.2.2. 

9.20.2.1.(1) 

9.20.2.6.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A165.2-M85 


Concrete Brick Masonry Units 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A165.3-M85 


Prefaced Concrete Masonry Units 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A165.4-M85 


Autoclaved Cellular Units 


9.20.2.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A247-M86 


Insulating Fibreboard 


9.23.15.6.(3) 
Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.25.3.1. 
9.29.8.1. 


CSA 


CAN-3 
A266.1-M78 


Air-Entraining Admixtures for Concrete 


9.3.1.9. 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A266.2-M78 


Chemical Admixtures for Concrete 


9.3.1.9. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A277-M90 


Procedures for Certification of Factory-Built Houses 


2.1.1.4.(2) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
A371-M84 


Masonry Construction for Buildings 


9.20.15.2. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A405-M87 


Design and Construction of Masonry Chimneys and Fireplaces 


9.21.3.5. 
9.22.5.2.(2) 


CSA 


CAN3- 

A438-M84 


Concrete Construction for Housing and Small Buildings 


9.3.1.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A440-M90 


Windows 


3.6.2.2.(3) 

9.7.2.1. 

9.7.6.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
A440.2-M92 


Energy Performance Evaluation of Windows and Sliding Glass Doors 


9.25.2.7.(9) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
B44-M90 


Safety Code for Elevators, Escalators, Dumbwaiters, Moving Walks and 
Freight Platform Lifts 


3.3.3.10. 

3.7.3.5.(1) 

Table4.1.10.A. 


CSA 


B52-M1991 


Mechanical Refrigeration Code 


6.2.2.4.(4) 


CSA 


Bl 11-1974 


Wire Nails, Spikes and Staples 


9.23.3.1. 

9.26.2.2.(1) 

9.29.5.6. 


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DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 


Document 




Code 


Agency 


Number 


Title of Document 


Reference 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
B 182. 1-92 


Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe Fittings 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


CSA 


B228.1-1968 


Pipes, Ducts and Fittings for Residential Type Air Conditioning Systems 


6.2.4.2.(3) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
B355-M86 


Elevating Devices for the Handicapped 


3.7.3.5.(2) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
B365-M91 


Installation Code for Solid-Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment 


6.2.1.4.(1) 
9.21.1.3.(2) 
9.22.10.1.(1) 
9.33.1.2. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
B366.1-M87 


Solid Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances 


6.2.1.4.(2) 


CSA 


CAN3-C22.2 
NO.0.3-M85 


Test Methods for Electrical Wires and Cables 


3.1.4.3.(1) 
3.1.5.17. 
3.1.5.19. 
3.5.4.3.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA-C22.3 
N0.1-M87 


Overhead Systems 


3.1.18.1.(2) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
C88-M90 


Power Transformers and Reactors 


3.5.2.9.(10) 


CSA 


C22.2 
N0.113-M1984 


Fans and Ventilators 


9.32.3.9.(5) 


CSA 


C22.2 
N0.141-M1985 


Unit Equipment for Emergency Lighting 


3.2.7.4.(2) 
9.9.11.3.(6) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
C282-M89 


Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings 


3.2.7.5. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
C439-M88 


Standard Methods of Test for Rating the Performance of Heat Recovery Ventilators 


6.2.1.7. 
9.32.3.11.(2) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
C445-M92 


Design and Installation of Earth Energy Heat Pump Systems for Residential and 
Other Small Buildings 


6.2.1.4.(3) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
C260-M90 


Rating for the Performance of Residential Mechanical Ventilating Equipment 


9.32.3.9.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
G40.21-M91 


Structural Quality Steels 


4.2.3.8. 
9.23.4.2.(2) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
G401-M81 


Corrugated Steel Pipe Products 


9.14.3.1.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80-M89 


Wood Preservation 


3.1.4.4.(1) 
4.2.3.2.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80.1-M89 


Preservative Treatment of All Timber Products by Pressure Processes 


9.3.2.9.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80.2-M89 


Preservative Treatment of Lumber, Timber, Bridge Ties and Mine Ties 
by Pressure Processes 


4.2.3.2.(1) 
9.3.2.9.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80.3-M89 


Preservative Treatment of Piles by Pressure Processes 


4.2.3.2.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80.9-M89 


Preservative Treatment of Plywood by Pressure Processes 


9.3.2.9.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O80.15-M89 


Preservative Treatment of Wood for Building Foundation Systems, Basements 
and Crawl Spaces by Pressure Processes 


4.2.3.2.(1) 
9.3.2.9.(1) 


CSA 


CAN3-086-M84 


Engineering Design in Wood (Working Stress Design) 


4.3.1.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
086.I-M89 


Engineering Design in Wood (Limit States Design) 


4.3.1.1. 
Table4.1.9.B. 


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2 


3 


4 



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DOCUMENTS REraRENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


CSA 


0115-M1982 


Hardwood and Decorative Plywood 


9.27.9.1. 
9.30.2.2.(1) 


CSA 


0118.1-M88 


Western Red Cedar Shingles and Shakes 


9.26.2.1.(1) 
9.27.7.1. 


CSA 


0121-M1978 


Douglas Fir Plywood 


9.23.14.2.(1) 
9.23.15.1.(1) 
Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.27.9.1. 
9.30.2.2.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
0122-M89 


Structural Glued-Laminated Timber 


9.23.4.3.(1) 
Table 9.23.4.B. 


CSA 


0132.2-M1977 


Wood Doors 


9.6.4.1.(1) 


CSA 


OI41-I99I 


Softwood Lumber 


3.1.4.6.(2) 
9.3.2.6. 


CSA 


0151-M1978 


Canadian Softwood Plywood 


9.23.14.2.(1) 
9.23.15.1.(1) 
Table 9.23. 16.A. 
9.27.9.1. 
9.30.2.2.(1) 


CSA 


O153-M1980 


Poplar Plywood 


9.23.14.2.(1) 
9.23.15.1.(1) 
Table 9.23. 16. A. 
9.27.9.1. 
9.30.2.2.(1) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
0177-M89 


Qualification Code for Manufacturers of Structural Glued-Laminated Timber 


4.3.1.2. 


CSA 


CAN3- 
0188.1-M78 


Interior Mat-Formed Wood Particleboard 


9.23.14.2.(3) 

9.29.9.1.(1) 

9.30.2.2.(10) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
O325.0-88 


Construction Sheathing 


Table 9.23. 14.B. 
9.23.14.2.(1) 
9.23.15.1.(1) 
Table 9.23. 15.B. 
Table 9.23. 16.B. 


CSA 


CAN3- 
O437.0-M85 


Waferboard and Strandboard 


9.23.14.2.(1) 

9.23.15.1.(1) 

9.23.15.2.(2) 

Table 9.23. 16. A. 

9.27.11.1. 

9.29.9.1.(2) 

9.30.2.2.(2) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
S16.1-M89 


Limit States Design of Steel Structures 


Table4.1.9.B. 
4.3.4.1. 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
S37-M86 


Antennas, Towers and Antenna Supporting Structures 


4.1.1.4.(2) 


CSA 


CAN/CSA- 
S136-M89 


Cold Formed Steel Structural Members 


4.3.4.2. 


CSA 


CAN3- 
S157-M83 


Strength Design in Aluminum 


4.3.5.1. 


CSA 


S269.1-1975 


Falsework for Construction Purposes 


4.1.1.3.(3) 


CSA 


CAN3- 
S304-M84 


Masonry Design for Buildings 


Table4.1.9.B. 

4.1.9.3.(6) 

4.3.2.1. 


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DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


CSA 
CSA 

CSA 

CSA 

CSA 

CSA 

CSA 
CSA 
CSA 
CSA 
CSA 


S307-M1980 

CAN3- 
S367-M81 

CAN/CSA-S406- 
M92 

CAN/CSA- 
S413-M87 

Z32.1-M1986 

CAN/CSA- 
Z32.4-M86 

CAN/CSA- 
Z91-M90 

CAN/CSA- 
Z240.2.1-M86 

CAN/CSA- 
Z241-M92 

CAN/CSA- 
Z240.8.i-M86 

Z305.1-M1984 


Load Test Procedure for Wood Roof Trusses for Houses and Small Buildings 
Air Supported Structures 

Construction of Preserved Wood Foundations 

Parking Structures 

Safety in Anaesthetizing Locations 
Essential Electrical Systems for Hospitals 

Safety Code for Window Cleaning Operations 

Structural Requirements for Mobile Homes 

Park Model Trailers 

Light Duty Windows 

Non-Flammable Medical Gas Piping Systems 


9.23.13.11.(9) 
4.4.1.1. 

9.15.1.3.(3) 

2.1.1.9. 
4.4.2.1. 

3.6.5.1. 

3.2.7.6. 

4.1.10.7.(2) 

2.1.1.4. 
9.7.2.1.(2) 

9.39.1.1.(1) 
9.39.1.1.(2) 

2.1.1.4.(2) 
9.7.2.1.(2) 

3.6.5.2. 


FINA 


1984 


Rules and Laws Governing Swimming, Diving, Water Polo and Synchronized Swim- 
ming 


3.11.4.1.(17) 


NFPA 

NFPA 
NFPA 
NFPA 

NFPA 

NFPA 

NFPA 

NFPA 
NFPA 

NFPA 


13-1991 

14-1990 
71-1989 
72D-1986 

80-1990 

82-1990 

96-1991 

130-1990 
211-1988 

214-1988 


Installation of Sprinkler Systems 

Installation of Standpipe and Hose Systems 

Installation, Maintenance and Use of Central Station Signalling Systems 

Installation, Maintenance and Use of Proprietary Protective Signalling Systems 

Fire Doors and Windows 

Incinerators, Waste and Linen Handling Systems and Equipment 

Installation of Equipment for tlie Removal of Smoke and Grease-Laden Vapours 
from Commercial Cooking Equipment 

Fixed Guideway Transit Systems 

Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances 

Water-Cooling Towers 


3.2.4.16.(2) 

3.2.5.13.(1) 

3.2.5.13.(4) 

3.2.8.4.(7) 

3.3.2.13.(3) 

7.6.2.3.(4) 

3.2.9.3.(1) 

3.2.4.7.(3) 

3.2.4.7.(3) 
3.12.5.4. 

3.1.8.5.(2) 

3.1.8.10.(2) 

3.1.8.12.(2) 

3.1.8.12.(3) 

3.1.8.14.(1) 

3.12.3.1.(2) 

9.10.13.1. 

9.10.13.2.(3) 

6.2.6.1. 
9.10.10.5.(2) 

6.2.2.6. 

3.12.7.1. 

6.3.1.2. 
6.3.1.3. 

6.2.3.15.(4) 


NLGA 


1987 


Standard Grading Rules for Canadian Lumber 


9.3.2.1. 
Table 9.3.2.A. 


ULC 


C199P-M1988 


Guide for the Investigation of Combustible Piping for Sprinkler Systems 


3.2.5.14.(2) 


Col. 1 


2 


3 


4 



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O. Reg. 158/93 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



979 



Table 2.6.3.A. (Cont'd) 

Forming Part of Article 2.6.3.2. 



DOCUMENTS REFERENCED IN THE ONTARIO BUILDING CODE 


Issuing 
Agency 


Document 
Number 


Title of Document 


Code 
Reference 


ULC 


CAN4- 
S101-M82 


Standard Methods of Fire Endurance Tests of Building Construction and Materials 


3.1.5.11.(3) 

3.1.5.11.(4) 

3.1.5.11.(6) 

3.1.7.1.(1) 

3.1.11.7.(1) 

3.2.3.7.(3) 

3.2.6.9.(6) 

3.2.6.1